Steinmetz High School - Silver Streak Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1937
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Published by the
Students ot the
Steinmetz lfliqh School
In this 1937 edition of the Silver Streak, we have likened
our beautiful school to a vessel of old which sails bravely,
with its precious cargo of students, over the uncertain ocean
of Life. Guided unerringly by a competent staff of officers
and loyal crew, the good ship Steinmetz attains each semester,
the Cape of Graduation, where a portion of its load must be
intrusted to small lifeboats, called by some, diplomas. From
this point, as the giant vessel takes on new cargo, these small
craft shift for themselves, striving earnestly to reach the
peaceful confines of those Twin Ports, Success and Happiness.
That they will arrive without mishap is the earnest prayer of
every watching seaman aboard the Steinmetz.
To further the theme, the art-work and literary content of this
book were designed. The sincere desire of every Staff-mem-
ber is that our completed work proves as acceptable to you,
as has that of previous editions.
Students of Steinmetz, this is your book: may you find it
pleasing to your taste, and a source of sweet recollection in
Editor-in-Chief ...... ..... K athleen Breitsprecher
Business Manager ..... ........... H arvey Nehmzow
Sponsors .......... ..... P . F. Gifford, D. E. Weber
Miss Elma E. Bouqhton
"A very present help in time of trouble" is the
most meaningful tribute we might present to Miss
Elma E. Boughton, beloved dean of girls at Stein-
metz, for she is at all times ready to console and
advise any student who seeks her aid. Sponsor of
the renowned Dardanelles, and teacher as well, her
day is completely occupied, nevertheless, she can
always find time to take an active interest in every
We graduates of Steinmetz will always treasure
the memory of her work for us. It is with utmost
happiness and respect that we dedicate this, our
Silver Streak, to the dean of girls, Miss Elma E.
Mr. Herbert A. lackson
The friend and counsellor of every boy and girl
is the Dean of Boys, Mr. Herbert A. Iackson. He
works ardently in the promotion of student welfare,
flashing a pleasant smile with every Word of advice
or gentle rebuke. Never has he been discovered too
busy to hear any student plea and act upon it im-
mediately. Besides such service, Mr. lackson con-
trols the hall-guards, police, and fire-marshals at
Steinmetz, as well as directing the efforts of the
Clean-Up Campaign. For his amiable interest in
their every concern, Steinmetz boys and girls like
and respect him. Therefore, it is in harmony with
the desire of every student, that we dedicate this
book to Mr. lackson, our Dean of Boys.
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D. F. Oil-IEARN
The finest possessions that We can store up in life are memories. lf they
can be made more vivid by pictures, newspapers, annuals, they are all the
more precious. Here at the Steinmetz High School, thousands of students
are making friends, and forming associations, that will gradually weaken and
be lost if we don't make an effort to preserve them, just as We preserve fruit
when it is in season. The Steinmetz Silver Streak is our preserving agency. It
contains pictures of every school activity, your friends and associates. Buy it
and keep it. It will be Worth much to you as time goes by.
Daniel F. O'Hearn
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Brennock, Miss Bei
Senior Division Teachers
The extent of the influence exerted by the division teachers on the general
attitude of the students cannot be definitely ascertained, but there is little doubt
as to its magnitude. The friendly counsel and guidance they have so libere
ally extended, arouses only the deepest gratitude in their various classes. At
tirnes, it must be confessed, this sentiment is not in great evidence However,
it definitely exists, although it will not reach its full height until future days,
when the complete value of the advice and instruction presented by these
excellent tutors will be wholly appreciated, if only by contrast with other over-
Division Counselor, Division Counselor
Miss Mary Mcligue Mr. Lee Bobins
Miss Cecelia Boy Mrs, lsabelle Beach
Miss Ethel Kinderrnan Miss Bea Lyons
Miss Minnie Bergh Miss Bertha Braddock
Mrs. Mary Brennock Miss Harriet Bobertson
Miss Ethel Iacobek Miss Margaret Meyer
Mr. Willard Groom Miss Edith Garis
Miss Helen Papenbroolc jk
Mrs. Bessie Stoeclcel Qj
Mr. lacob Ferdrnan '
Mrs. Crpha Bornpf
4A DIVISION TI'AtiitIts
First Row: Miss Ii k rs
ond Row: Mx, Gio
Iyoits, Miss Brarldoclc, Miss Hobbit'
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Tiist R iw: Mis. Beach, Miss
ii. Miss Mwyi-r, Miss Garis, Miss
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Climbing to success has in it techniques of climbing a
glacial topped mountain. Experience of those who preceded
is checked. A plan is made. Experienced men are gotten
together for the effort. lt is done with company, not alone.
The climbers go in single file a bit apart connected by a
rope. The leader examines carefully as he advances for
treacherous abysses. All share in the glory of the accomplish-
ment. You likewise will cli b the ladder of success with
company. Those ab ve mu? care enough for you to pull,
those below toipushf Good' uck.
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WM. E. MCBRIDE
We are told in Geometry that the Whole is no greater
than the sum of its parts. We are told in engineering
that a chain is no stronger than its weakest link. We
are told in philosophy that all that glitters is not gold.
It is our aim at the Sayre Branch to be a Worthy part,
a strong link in the educational chain that makes
Steinmetz graduates Worthy of the mark "l8 K." lt is to
that end that teachers and students at Sayre Branch
bend every effort. Every one of us remembers at all
times that We are Steinmetz-Sayre and that We have
a standard to uphold-The Steinmetz standard.
Wm. E. McBride
lOHN M. SHEEHAN
You are leavin Steinmetz at a time when
its fine r o lg on is becoming known city-
id . Youljx-ve had a large part in build-
in 6- tha utation through the good use
o- 1 - r de of your talents and efforts
.4 . -4 ue to use them as you have
a th. ure should hold success and rea-
son le ' appiness for you.
Iohn M. Sheehan
HELEN M. BRINDL
To the members of the February Class
of l937, congratulations and countless good
wishes for happiness and success.
Helen M. Brindl
Daniel F. O'Hearn, Principal
Grover C. Ramsey
Elma E. Boughton
Helen M. Brtndl
Herbert A. Iackson
Iohn M. Sheehan
5 ART DEPARTMENT
E h A. Garis, Chairman
El abeth Blythe
Gertrude M. Herbert
Margaret W. Meyer
Cornelius F. Henze, Chairman
Iacob C. Ferdman
Herbert O. Thompson
Football Coach, 3B Counselor
Isabelle F. Beach, Chairman
Florence M. Andrews
Iames M. Downey
Mary A. Fitzpatrick
Erna G. Hege
Catherine E. Holmes
Rea M. Lyon
Honora L. Pierce, 2B Counselor
Katherine C. Purcell
Erma M. Quirk
Orpha L. Rompf
Bessie E. Stoeckel.
Margaret A. Vaughan
William I. Walsh
Dorothy E. Weber
Louise M. Whalen
Charles H. Schutter, Chai I
Charles V. McAlplne
Agnes M. Polka
Ionia I. Rehm
Alice M. Sutherl
na H. Utzt
rg et . wicky
Anne G. Rolence, Chairman
Amy P. Byrne
Mary R. McTigue, Chairman
Lora M. Adams
Florence H. Armitage
Margaret H. Boller
Elma E. Boughton
Margaret M. Cahill
Mae Callahan, IB Counselor
Margaret M. Do
Flore ce . Kilburn
Helen V apenbrook
Celia A. Roy
Frances L. Spector
B. Pearl Dierks, Chairma
Irma M. Grosser
E. Wilhelmina Mat ison
Elizabeth L. Sorenson
Grace E. Treleaven
Elizabeth F. Walsh
Iohn S. Biornson, Chair n
Minnie L. Berqh
Leslie L. Bradley
Lewis B. Bramkam
Mary P. Brennock
Walter B. He ck
Ethel L. Iacob
Iohn M. Sheehan
Ethel H. Tr-iebel
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Rudolph C.' eller
Paul E. Pfeil
Charles M. Temple
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Mvles Havlicek, Chairman
Edward E. Ruzicka
Mildred Stavers, Chairman
Lucille H. Golden
LA G AGE DEPARTMENT
r rude B. Nolan, Chairman
Helen M. Brindl, IA Counselor
Catherine E. Landrigan
Lillie Ruth Nelson
Irene E. Sechler DALMQ,
Iames W. Moody, Chairman
Herbert A. lackson
R. O. T. C.
t. Carl Christoftersen
Edward A. Armlt
Mary Helen Daly
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Mae N. Mishlove
Gladys M. Elbe
Theresa M. Daly
a Benson .
Helen . Walters
E. H. Bade, Chief Engineer
Wm. E. McBride
Frank I. Frelich
Lillian lane Grant
Lucy E. I-Iainbecker
Henrietta K. I-Ilntz
Ruth B. Hoppe
Chrlssie E. Lascher
Fay Barnes Powell
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President ............ .... T ed Luga
Vice President ..... .... H elen Shumicki
Secretary ...... ....... M ary Kos ia
Treasurer ..... ..... W ill' fn hsack
Class of Februaryl i937
A group inferior to none is this, the Class of 1937. Headed by its loyal
instructors and officers, it has accomplished much in fulfilling the Steinmetz
motto of Service, Scholarship, Leadership and Culture, both individually and
as a group. We are proud of its record, past and present, and for its future We
have but one prediction: Success! May it reach its goalg may school and
faculty have reason to proudly claim, in future years, association with the
famous Class of Febraury, 1937. More than this, may its members never for-
get their inestimable debt to our school of schools, Steinmetz.
Yet, in one sense, they have expiated part of their obligation. Their service,
scholarship, leadership, and above all, fine character, has left an imprint
upon the school's morale. They have set an example of excellence which
will reveal itself in every future class. Their spirit will hover in the corridors
of our school as an inspiration to all students. Though they have left us, their
accomplishments will live on for years.
4A Committee Chairmen
Finance Committee-William Rathsack
Pin and Ring Committee--Gus Bakos
Senior Prom Committee-Gertrude Larson
Class Day Committee-Grace Roder
Printing Committee-Selma Wagar
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Hall Guard, G.A.A.
"A motherly girl, sweet, and with
a thousand charms all her own."
MYRTLE ALSTROM "Lanny"
Horseback Riding, Tennis Club,
"Pony boy, Pony boy, won't you
be my pony boy?"
FLORENCE ANDERSON "Flo"
"Sing, baby, sing."
HARRY ANDERSON "Swede"
Hall Guard, Intramural Sports.
"Harry is always busy because
ROY E. ANDERSEN "Andy"
"Old friends are best."
ROY W. ANDERSON
Golf Club, Intramural Baseball.
"Much have I seen and known."
Library Staff, Green Curtain Play-
ers, Student Council, G.A.A., Air-
ways, Red Cross.
'Ill-r smile is sweetened by her
lRGlNIA BAGIS "Impy"
GLADYS BAILEY "Red"
National Honor Society, President
of Dardanelles, Student Council,
Civic Forum, Stein-Sten, G.A.A., Hall
Guard, Office Secretary, Tennis
Club, Show of Shows.
"S9e'sP' jolly good fellow."
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ERWIN BAIOREK "Beejay"
Vice President of National Honor
Society, Letterman, Track, Football,
Silver Streak Staff, Student Council,
"Red Grange hasn't soon any-
ueusr srfzikos "cus"
T c eam, Sigm ad Secre-
chtist in,f Po' ire Dep-
Lil H ll ua ' epresenta-
'A' r maketh a cheer-
ful cou nce.'
G.A.A. Board, Dardanelles, Stu-
dent Council, Leaders Club, Life
Saver, Tennis Club.
" onor lies in nest toil."
MARIORIE BALLINGER "Marge"
Honor Society, G.A.A,, Darcia-
nelles, Silver Streak Staff, Office
Secretary, Star Staff, Prom Commit-
"None but herself can be her
PEARL BARON "Purple"
Dardanelles, G. A. A., Chorus --
"Chonita," Literature 51 Rook Club,
Tap Dancing Club.
"A merry heart goes all the clay."
VIRGINIA BAUMGARTEL "Vee"
Field Hockey, Hall Guard, Girls'
Glee Club, G.A.A., Chess G Checker
Club, Art Club, Matheniatics Club,
"Like Darius Green, she wants a
DUN DHULVIKJAHWFKQ Killer"
Track Tea terman, Presi .
le n resident Stud, oun-
il, ic Forum, Stugl Court
e' Vice President Green Cur-
tai ayers, Sigma Quad, Police
Se ant, Fire Marshall, Intramural
"I never saw h' like: there lives
no greater leader
I' Af ff
yy: Q2 I f
,,jcLARExcEBEigEJQQ,f J "C I"
cgyicia .of Stage, Cam-
fera Club, easure of the Green
Curtain ers, Sig, a' Quad.
A" od! t'e who first
Ai . ted leepl' ff N
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MARGARET BENZULY "Peggy"
G.A.A., Camera Club, Travel
Club, Airway Club, Police Captain,
Green Curtain Players, Civic Forum.
"All the world's a stage where
each one plays a part."
EMILY BERAN "Mimi"
Library Staff, Chorus, Office Sec-
retary, G.A.A., Stein Sten, "Cho-
nita," Camera Club,
"She always knows the answer."
ROBERT BEYER "Bob"
"He is as constant as the north-
VERNON VON BOECKMAN
Sigma Quad, Hall Guard, Police,
Pin 6. Ring Committee, Intramural
"Red heads are his weakness."
ELAINE BOEYKENS "E"
Airway Club, Hall Guard, Chorus,
Pre-Medic Club, G.A.A.
"Let us then be up and doing."
LEON BOEYKENS "Lee"
Sigma Quad, Halloween Dance
Committee, Airway Club, Alchem-
"I'll sing you a thousand love
.-f 11.4.4-, f 'Z
RUTH BOYLE f"'ScotB "
Stein-Sten,G. ..At,L,f'IZl.lku . JIV7
"My lifeg and does smack,
Honor Society, Student Council,
Silver Streak Staff, G.A.A., Hall
"I write and write and then erase
what I have written."
KATHLEEN BREITSPRECHER "Katy"
Editor, Silver Streak: Dramatics,
"The Patsy", Student Council, Civic
Forum, National Honor Society,
"She is never less at leisure than
when at leisure."
NORMA BRIZINSKI "Norm"
Chorus, Polish Club.
"Finds life delightful here."
FRANK BURGER "Babe"
"None but the brave deserves the
HARRY BURGER, IR. "Burgie"
Intramural Baseball, Intramural
"I lived and learned."
CHARLES BUTZBACH "Butz"
Intramural Baseball, Green Cur-
"From the top ot his head to the
tip of his toes he is all mirth."
DORIS CARLSON "Crisco"
Field Hockey, Leaders Club, Lite
Saving, Volleyball, G.A.A.
"The Dancing rival of Ginger
ROBERT CASEY "Bob"
Hall Guard, Student Police, Eire
Marshal, Track Team.
"Bob plays Romeo to Erma's lu'
GEORGE CHIVIIELEWSKI "Chisel"
Polish Club, President.
"Knowledge ol language is a sign
Sigma Ouad, Sergeant Police,
Captain Hall Guards, Lt. Fire Mar-
shal, Track, Letterman, Student
Council, Intramural Sports, Alchem-
stein Club, Service Award.
"Hopes to imitate Ray Bolger in
the next Follies."
Hockey, G.A.A., Golf Club, Hall
Guard, Ofiice Secretary, Riding
"Keep your eye on the ball."
G.A.A., Leaders Club, PTA. Rep-
resentative, Student Council.
"A triple threat girl - beauty,
, . . ,.
nrains, anfl dancing toes.
LILLIAN CHUMA "Lili"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Chorus, OI-
"Consistency, thou art a jewel."
HENRY oiecico 'ft wt,t.i'i
Sigma Quad, Intramural Baseball.
"Moderation is his motto."
Sigma Ouad, Alchernstein Club,
National Honor Society.
"If a little knowledge be danqor.
ous, he is out of danger."
"He never dares to be as humor-
ous as he can be."
Intramural Basketball, Intramural
Baseball Champions, Intramural
"The strong, silent typo."
WALTER DITTMER "Ditty"
Police, Eire Deputy, Sigma Quad,
Civic Forum, Safety Commission,
Student Council, Intramural Basket-
ball G Baseball.
"You can't pull the wool over my
SHIRLEY DODD "Doddie"
G.A,A., Airways, Pro-Medic, Chor-
"All her faults are such that one
loves her still the better for them.'
KENNETH DOLL "Star"
Track Team, Letterman, Intramur-
al Baseball and Basketball.
"Some like books, some like
GENEVIEVE DONOHUE "lennY"
Secretary of Dardanelles, Social
Chairman of National Honor So-
ciety, Clean-Up-Committee, Stein-
Sten, Office Secretary.
"Perfect simplicity is unconscious-
MARIORIE DROZD "Doc"
G.A.A., Silver Streak Staff, Pre-
Medic Club, Star Representative,
"She wants to be a doctor and
we think she'll specialize in hearts."
IACK DUBOIS "Walgreen"
"He is not a politician and his
other habits are good."
IOE DUCCI "Ice"
Sigma Ouad, Golf Club, Alchem-
stein, Intramural Basketball, Intra-
"The game's the thing."
LOUIS DUDA, IR. "Lou"
"A good reputation is more valu-
able than money."
l I ,
s I, "
KATHRYISI DUNDOVICH flTommie"
G.A.A. . '
"The greater thegpefvboiil the great-
er the courtesy."' x
ERNEST DURAVA "Ernie"
"Better late than never.'
LORRAINE DUYM "Lore"
Leaders Club, Hockey, Ping Pong,
Girls Letter, Mixed Chorus.
"For fun and irolic, she's our
sy ' , ff IA y.v,l...- l
,f X ff
LYDIA ECKSTEIN "Lee"
Chorus, Airways Club, Office Sec-
"She was ever precise in keeping
IAMES EDDY "Eddie"
Alchemstein, Pin 5. Ring Commit-
"To be or not to be, that is the
question. What is the answer?"
BERNEICE EICH "Babe"
"A true friend is a friend for-
NORMAN EK "Irish"
Intramural Baseball G Basketball,
Chess G Checker Club, Alchemstein
"It's the gypsy in me."
ALBERT ELSTNER "Whity"
"He has the appeal of Gary
t Q, I
IOAN ' lo '
H seba idi , L hers Club.
L' , S vi , V ey Ball, Field
ocke , G -
"G 'ng, a e y way to
,O he n
MVK 1 ' tiff
jj JJJ I
AiRLQi0iivfL X -JW'-' jf!
Green- tain rs.
.fl-Ie,yNlas ibfr? derJ a rhynpjng
plan . J 1 J 'jx
ff' ly! 7
DOROTHY ENDLER "Dot"
Stein-Sten, G.A.A., Gym Ollice.
"Do you hear that girl laugh-
RUSSELL ERICKSON "Russ"
Sigma Ouad, Alchemstein, Pro-
gram Chairman of National Honor
Society, Band, intramural Basket-
"A good beginning makes a good
CHESTER FISCHER "Ches"
Basketball, Sigma Ouad, Alchem-
stein, Mathematics, O r c h e s t r a,
Band, Checker Team, Dance Or-
"A musician with a personality."
Hall Guard, lntrarnural Sports.
"Sleep is his pastime and profes-
ELEANORE GAIDICA "Babes"
"Sell-trust is the first element of
ANTONETTE GELLER "Tony"
Water' Pageant, Senior Life
Guard, Tap Dancing, Tennis, Ger-
man Club, Pre-Medic Club, Secre-
tary of Chess and Checker Club,
Civic Forum, G.A.A.
"Talent is something, tact is
LORRAINE GIERMAN "Lor"
Vice President, Chess 61 Checker
Club, Green Curtain Players, Stu-
dent Council, Pre-Medic Club, Civic
Forum, Tap Dancing, Police.
"Oh say, can you do the cari-
ROBERT GILLIS "Rob"
Sigma Ouad, Police, Radio Club,
Chess 6- Checker Club, Intramural
"The World's his oyster."
I ' I -
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ELSlE GUINTOLI "Els"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten Club.
"Why aren't they all as happy
EVERETT GLAQIE Xi
Civic Forum, Safety Comp' sion,
Sigma Ouad, Qlice PresidenQand
Business Manaqpr cal Green Curtain
Players. K '
"The tongue Qs mightier th? the
FILOMAE GOLKANTS "Fil"
G.A.A., Opera Club, Orchestra,
Stein-Sten, Girls' Glee Club.
"The Eagle is king of skies above
and Fil is queen of fun below."
WINNIERED CA "Windy"
Chorusx ciety Stu ent
rm , d
Walxleeglg, h of legends
WALTER U L U 'Wally"
ce as all.
ESTELLE HACKERT "Dolly"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Pen G Ledger
"Do not turn back when lust at
MARY HAIOVICH 'fmstsia'
G,A.A., Hall arms, quffics-Asad'
rotary. B 'Mx
"Nothing is 'posibe WiglOLIl en-
thusiasrr ", fl , 4
1 v y
RU'I'H HALEY "Foot"
Chorus, Draniatics, Bookkeeping
"Hitch your wagon to a star."
RAY HAMILTON "Bones"
Hall Guard, Intramural Basket'
"Secret, solitary, and self-corr
tained as an oyster."
CHARLES HAUGLAND "Chuck"
"Speech is silver, silence is
ESTELLE I-IANSEN "Babs"
Leaders Club, Hockey, Library
Club, Show of Shows, Tap Danc-
"Happy am I, from care I'ni
th is gi a y
ROBERT HAWLEY "Bob"
Captain of Basketball Team, Pres-
ident of Green Curtain Players
President of Mixed Chorus, Secre:
tary of Lettermen, Steinmetz Star,
Alchemstein Club, Prom Committee.
"He is like the cock that thought
the sun had risen to hear him
VIVIAN HAWTHORNE "Viv"
Steinmetz Star, German Club,
Pan-American Club, Student Coun-
cil, Publicity Chairman of Student
r "The pen is the tongue of the
RAYMOND HELDT "Farmer"
Sigma Ouad, Alchemstein, Cam-
era, Chess of Checker Club, Pre-
Medics Club, Mathematics, Rifle
Club, Foolish Follies.
"I know the disposition of wo-
ELEANOR HURTER "Ellen"
Dardanelles, G.A.A., Stein-Sten
Club, Silver Streak Staff.
"The perfect secretary."
DORIS HUTTER "Dorce"
Dramatics, G.A,A., Show of
Shows, Tap Dancing, Life Guard,
"Nature gives all her children
something to do."
DORIS IVES "Derry"
Dardanelles, Stein-Sten, Student
Council, Civic Forum, Stamp Club,
President French Club, Office Sec-
retary, Library Committee Chair-
man, G.A.A., Honor Breakfast, At-
"You have to eat your spinach,
CHARLES IACOBS "Chuck"
"Work fast, then rest."
LLOYD R. IACOBSEN "Red"
Sigma Ouad, Green Curtain Play-
ers, Golf Club, Art Staff, Silve:
Streak: Boys' Glee Club.
"lt is not strength but art that
obtains the praise."
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r , S
L 'B S f u d e n t Council, Dardanelles,
'fCivic Forum, Advanced Chorus,
Tennis Club, Stein-Sten, Show of
Shows, Service Honor Breakfast.
"The secret of success is con-
stancy to purpose."
EARL IAHNSEN "Squirrel"
Sigma Quad, Band, Orchestra, ln-
tramurcrl Sports, Concert Orchestra.
"Did you ever hear Earl "toot,
toot, toot," on his trumpet?"
ARTHUR IANY "Artie
Guard, lntramural Sports.
"Eats Wheaties every morning
BETTY IOHANNES "lo"
Dardanelles, German Club, G.A.
A., Treasurer Student Council, Sece
retary Civic Forum, Editor Hand'
hook, Flying Club.
"She flavors everything, she is
the vanilla of society."
Swimming Team, Sigma Quad,
Assistant Treasurer National Honor
Society, Letterman, Silver Streak
Staff, Co-Chairman of the "Foolish
"One of Neptune's rivals!"
Stein-Sten Club, Treasurerg Dar-
"All things come round to her
Office Secretary, Gym Secretary,
G.A.A., Life Saving, Water Pageant.
"Life is mostly froth and bubble."
GEORGE KARUM "Sneaky"
"Look backward with a smile."
LORRAINE KASBOHM "Lorrie"
Pen G Ledger Club, G.A.A,,
Mixed Chorus, Chess ci Checker
"Such ambition,ca.nnot but lead
to success." K, . "
lBl.r4,f'f:'U A l
Vl LE U A "Vi"
r es, .A. . ard, Green
r n Players , nis Club, Lead-
s ubzliall ard.
u 'S t 1 all things."
MILDRED KAUS "Millie"
G.A.A., Library Assistant, Civic
Forum, Vice President Red Cross,
Stein-Sten Club, Silver Streak Staff,
Chess G Checker Club.
"She is pretty to walk with and
witty to talk with and pleasant to
think on, too."
EDWARD KELLEY "Kelley"
Intramural Basketball and Base-
"Woulds't thou both eat thy cake
and have it?"
PATRIClA KELLY "Pat"
Student Council, Police, Green
Curtain Players, Dardanelles, G.A
A., Tennis, Hockey, Civic Forum
National Honor Society.
"Always in haste, never in a
HELEN KLEMENT "Blondie"
Editor, Steinmetz Star, G.A.A.,
Leaders Club, Dardanelles, Office
"Gentlemen prefer blondes."
IOHN KL "Clues"
" am onarch of all I survey."
FRED KOEHN "Killer"
Civic Forum, Sigma Quad, Chess
or Checkers, Student Council, Chief
Iustice Student Court, Silver Streak
Staff, Math Club, Intramural Base-
"My life is one horrid grind."
MARY KOSTIA "Mak"
4A Class Secretary, Dardanelles,
Treasurer, National Honor Society,
Silver Streak Staff, Student Coun-
cil, G.A.A., Stein-Sten Club, Civic
Forum, Tennis Club, Leaders Club,
Office Secretary, Library Assistant,
"A fair exterior is a silent recom-
LORRAINE KOY "Lorr"
G.A.A., Hall Guard.
"A little play, a little Work."
KATHRINE KRACH "Kaye"
Chorus, G.A.A., Tap Dancing,
Show of Shows, German Club, Life
"I am always merry when l hear
LILLIAN KRUGER "Babe"
G.A.A., Tap Dancing, "Chonita,"
Chorus, Champion Volleyball Team,
3A Class Treasurer.
"Clothes may not 'make' the man,
but you can't tell that to a woman."
DOROTHY KUBICKA "Doty'
Silver Streak Staff, Civic Forum
Chess G Checker.
"Kind hearts are more than coro-
ANNA KUKlA "Ann"
G.A.A., Tap Dancing.
"A true sport in all things."
FERNE LAGREEN "Fernie"
G-A-A-f A-iTWGYS Club, Travel
"A smiling face makes more
friends than a frowning one,"
FRANCIS LANDIS "Prank"
Intramural Sports, Hall Guard.
"His personality smiles at the
ETHEL LARSEN "Els"
G.A.A., Leaders Club, Ping Pong
Tournament, Hall Guard.
"The star of unconquered will."
GERTRUDE LARSON "Gertie"
G.A.A., 4B Representative of
Silver Streak, Secretary of Stein.
Sten Club, Green Curtain Players,
Leaders Club, Office Secretary,
"A star fell out of heaven, and
right into Stein,metz."
M X QV,
Nha!! ,IJXE lljs lf ijfn
Q M V v
1 X 'J .X K I
X X .. V,
KENN, LAWSON T X"Klgrus'
Siqm Rad, camera ciub, Ai.
X chems in.
"Air-minded but not lightheadedf'
IHfI'!1IlIl1Il1l Ticxsskvtlmll 411111 Hcxsv-
"I.ikw 111+ SUIIS, lm f'x'I1!'4'rIIS his
11liiMf111w' lxy day."
113113 I.I'IX "IM"
I.w14lf':ss flulu Ilfwwkvy, G.A.lX.
Uwxrfi, Ncxiimml Hmwx Svyviwty, Dm-
du11.e1lH::, ilrmimxt KTm1nf'iI, Asssisicml
Vditrr 411 lltrvimm-tx 551411.
"Oi I1 mmf! l:4'C1iIHIiI1f'1 1-.xnmth .1
ITM fl fnfilmx,
ll,A.A., Rimlillsi Cfllllv.
AU my lwews uw iillwl with
'14'll'15I with :sfumw T rrwlll tlmt
ilHIHI.I,Y I.I'lf "Shir1"
ilwvmrxl l'l1vm111c111 uf 1111-CZ.A.A.
"lu hm szwfywt :umpliviiy liws hwr
hOFI'H'I' IAM 151 "LHiiy"
IHwl1vw-, I11l1fm111ml Hussrflvfxll, IYIULCI-
"Nwvw1 Aim lwrm-wmk tmirly 111:11
mm lv flwru- tm11cmoW."
VIOIJNI' I,lII'HIH "Vi"
G.XX.A., CIIIUILIS "C'l1u11iic1," Cos-
Tumfv Illllsllcxti-nl lflulu, 'I'm111is Club,
flhfirx Eliwn Club, Cfiviw YT1111111, Show
"W'cn1xc111 is WHIIIIIIIVS lmhlml
HOHHRW' LHVIN "Holy"
Ncxtwliolu cVjMIIITTICTl1KiUI H.O,T.C.,
Cnpizxirl uf Riflw Tmxru, iltudmx'
C'fX11l1wi1, Studv-nt lirmrt, S i F1 m fl
Qummi, Silvvr Stwnk Staff, Cfilmmuio
Qirfxgfh As:1:f,.'1f1t1w11, Hlflf- Qfllllw.
'fiwtfa tlxf- pcxcw for tho H.O.T.C."
'IHEODOHF LOPIWVN " Iwi"
Prusirlmnt, Sigma Oxlfnl: TVIIHUY
Rm! LJ'-ss Hwprwswxlisxtlxw, Vlxlwlu'
Dfffmxcim vf Stmivut 1.'.,w11w All C'iviC
Hvzlxnx, Swimmlrm Twllll,
'YW1l4'Ili'f' vunw that snyxrm 'cl
hm .ls .1 V1lL'lfI'?.3
4 1' A-,'
r1 'ANw1 i'mNu ' "1-Nu"
G.A.A., Vivir' fT':11x:1, Airwkxyn
'fimxiy 'l'1.:v'1 Llluh.
"I Shc".1l.i llkf- IM 11:2-' IH-1 111
Whip- th, culfirrx zmvlmz lIx'V.'.H
WAN ETH Lrwz 'Il111'Y'
Nfillvlllil Hwuwr :bww ty, Tutmmm-
ml Hrxswl Ill l"11x1xv'1.1 Ciulw, i:tllC1f"I11
i'fv11r1c1l VIII fi Himz KxmHHlIHiH1"'.
"A Svhwi Ilmt l.x1:41:2 lrmlml 1If1r1I:1
lxkw mv Inns no lurk mf fl-Muni :Iv-
KATHHHINE' LUPVEQIY "ENUM"
WI'lnV1fl!l1 is 11-v-pri Hmm :1pf'fw'l1."
VFD LUCIA 'Vw 'ff-ras. I"
Siqmfx Quad -NRA V1-1:11a Vwsai-
Qiwnt, Prfksiximlt f1iI1UIil'I1+WIIf1Vh Cxllllw,
Polirw, Alvlmvrmmstwilm, Cfivic' VUIIHII,
lfhefSS 51 CNI1lY'kl1I F5111-, Hrleiiw, Ml1tI1'
wlxmtivs, Humor Swffiwty, VwMfwii4':v
flulx, SUTKIU CIUW, fund Vivv Vlvsi-
xi-mt Stan!-N111 f1Hl1I1K'il, Riflv Vlulw.
"Vx1sXrnls, whfr: XI um pwsif
'ivxllf fu -
,J , -
u X K
LYINS IVITHFLI, "I,ir14iy
J A.A., S1lNiI1'SlFI1.
N' 'fw lwrqius 111 RFU .M."
TOHN MAHLOVVF "lV'f1IlH1IlIUWWH
"His sxmlw mxc'l'mr11s KI wmld uf
MILDRED MARTIN "Millie"
Star Representative, G.A.A., Chor-
us -"Chonita," Book 6. Literature
Club, Tap Dancing, Dardanelles.
"Good things come in small pack-
QM 0 V" 1
I R LD ,ARTHY WMM"
lntramur Basketball and Base-
ball, Swimming Te ,SQma Quad,
Camera chin f U y
"He'll join thifavy and see the
CHARLES MCCULLQCH "Diesel"
"His great spirit invests the class-
room with laughter."
BERNICE MCLEAN "Red"
Student Council, Hockey Club,
Horseback Riding Club, Cv.A.A.,
Ping Pong, Band.
"Much can be made of a Scotch
lass and here we have the proof."
Student Council, Harmonica Club,
Golf Club, Football Team, Half
Guard, Police, Firo Deputy, Stein'
metz Star Representative, Show of
Shows. ,. -
,He moves in manlioow
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youth. x ,Lf 3
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A- x, 1 .2
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JOHN MELSHElMERjf.f 'fmelsiv
Chessirii 'Cjtecfer Club, Hall
GLR J ,L f
happ Sportsman at all
XR J .
RQY MEYER "Bozo"
Alchemstein C l u b , ntramural
Sports. ' I
"His gentle meanor makes
everyone his frien ."
Honor Society, Sigma Quad, Civic
Forum, Student Council, President
ot Chess 5. Checker Club, Swim-
ming Team, Radio Club.
"A paragon of scholarship, an
authority on parliamentary law."
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DONALD MTLLER "Don"
Police, Fire Deputy, ,Green Cuy' 1' 'Lf
tain ayers., J J
"Hi Ziyyzilfeftie contains a mys-
terio C arm," u
A oc . Q 1 ff ' X
GERALD MILLER Y, "terry"
Fire Deputy, Sigma Quad, Police.
"Here's to the pilot who weath-
ered the storm!" '
J -"fin, V
LORRAINE MILLER "Lorrie"
Dardanelles, Honor Society, G.A.
A., Student Council, Silver Streak
'Staff, Star Representative, Prom
"Time toiled after her in vain."
VVALTER MlLNlCHUK "WallY"
Intramural Baseball, Intramural
"Taciturnity plus humor make our
YS ILLS "l-E"
Riding .inis, Tap Dano
ng, ckey udent Coun il, Stu-
dent C ' Cle iii . -,cret ry,
Civic o um, C s' a C ,o.
"She does n hing talk of
ELEANQR MQELLER "El"
Leaders Club, Pen QS Ledger Club,
G.A.A., Hockey, Mixed Chorus.
"May her lite, like her music, al-
ways be in harmony."
CLIFFORD MOLL "Cliff"
Alcheuistein Club, Sigma Quad,
Silver Streak Staff, Safety Commis-
sion, Printina 6- Fnqravina Commit-
"Whrre'vr ho passes, tears lie
NANVY MOIYKA "Hank"
G.A.A., Pen 5. Lridaer, Silver'
Streak Staff, Girls' Glen Club,
"Iliff aods made her artistic."
C,'A'l'IilIIilNE MUNBO "Kate"
Police, Hall Guard, Green Cur-
tain Players, G.A.A., Mixed Chorus
f "Chonita," Office Secretary, Civic
Frrrurn, Chess 5- Checker Club.
"She dreams of doina Good for
FLIIANOBE NANAY "El"
Dardanelles, G.A.A., S t u d o nt
Council, Civic Forum, Office Secre-
tary, Hall Guard, Advanced Chorus,
Loaders Club, Tennis Club.
"There is nw wisdom like frank
DORIS NFHMZOW "Dorrio'
G,A.A., Chorus "Chonita," Ten-
nis Club, Field Hockey, Leaders
Club, Civic Forum, Stein-Sten, Show
Hliiahcst of praises We Give her
fi f:-wwrtsrnari without equal."
HABVFY NKIIMZOW "Neerris"
Student Council, Business Manaq-
er, Silver Streak: Siqma Quad, Vico
President of Alchemstein Club, Foot-
ball, Basketball, Letterman.
"l'Ie's cautious with our money,
lout aives aenerously of his smiles."
BIIBNICE NOLL "Bee"
Chorus-V "Cho1iita," G.A.A., Ten-
rris Club, Civic Forum, Stein-Sten
Cluh, Show of Shows.
"Her love of sport is exceeded
only by her love of Work."
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THELMA NOBDIN "Thel"
Hall Guard, G,A.A.
"She had the aonius to be lfzvfidf'
LORBAINF NOWAK "Blondie"
G.A.A., Pin G Rina Corrirriittee,
Silver Streak Staff, Bed Cross Ren-
resentative, Halloween Corrirriittee,
"Wherever Lorraine is found,
ihere's always a aroup around."
Track Manager, Pen 5. Iwdaer
Club, Intramural Baseball 6, Basket-
"An easy life and Iona, quaran-
teed by his aood nature,"
TOM OHERN "I7.F."
4A Iudqe, Student Council, Silvfr
Streak Staff, Secretary of the Glee
Club, LeLavvala, Operotta, Police
Fire Deputy, Intramural Basketball
G Baseball, Prom Committee, Civic
"Save your loreath to cool yojr
porriclaef' f K
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V' 'I' H "
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f HSI' ' :JA J 'T'
S ,S A K! 'I
LUCYLLE OLSFN "Lou"
G.A.A., Watcr Paaeant, l.ife Sav-
"The world of business will wel-
corrie her ability."
WILLIAM CTNEILL "Bed"
Intramural Basketball 6. Baseball,
"All work and riw play would
make lack a drill tiny."
LOBBAINE OTTO "Cookie"
Leaders Club, Pen ci Lerlaer Cluli,
G.A.A., Hockey, Show of Shows.
"Still waters, they say, run
OLIVER QWENS, IR. "Ollie"
Alchernstein Club, Student, Coun-
cil, Silver Stleak Staff, Band.
fl "He sel is person lit, with our
Annual nd our Ann s with his
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ANDREW PANNECK "Andy"
Swim Team, Hall Guard, Police,
"Wavy of hair, and pleasing of
RAY PASTERCZYK "Rainbow"
Intramural Baseball 6. Basketball.
"Sports, like variety, spice hi:
Opera Clulw, G.A.A., Girls' Glee
Club, "Lelawala," "Cherry Blos-
"Notes, notes, notes, notes! Her
life is truly a sonql
MILDRED PEARSON "Millie"
"A witty woman is a treasure."
PAU PED SEN, Xj " hotly"
NG ion ono.S iety, X ala
Post ,' in etz a P
l"Tal qn dio 4 se have
been ha act risticsuaglmany great
RAYMOND P RS
1 q m s uad Fire a
reas ter e r n'
F otball ac ani.
rains plus ra f -th qreates.
little quarter-back of all time."
S' Q , ' ar l,
--I I- tain Players, esid t o
4 ol t A, ud t
1, E L tt s
ETHEL PETERSON "P te"
I-Iall Guard, o.A.A.,,L1'kDjQZbMfHrf
sistan ,X 1
"A iet irl, velliersed in the
ar Irie ' ."
VERNETTE PETERSON "Pete"
G.A.A., Pen CS Ledger Club.
"A grin a joke Vernetteln
WALTER PETERSON "Pete"
Police, Eire Deputy, Boys' Glee
Club, Intramural Baseball G Basket-
ball, Hall Guard.
"Obviously an official: look at
MURIEL PIETKIEWICZ "Muriel"
"Woman is no contradiction to
GENE POGOSE "Iunior"
Track Team, Football Team.
"One of our football players,
need we say more?"
IRVING PORTI-I "Pe
National Honor Society, Sigma
Ouad, Letterman, Intramural Sports,
Handbook Stall, Alchemstein Club,
Student Council, ZA Iudqe of Stu-
"Outruns all others in scholarship
I-iA'EL PRESTHQLDTN "H
QA., Hall! yard, Libr ' 5-
sis ant. -. M
"Asl , f oes, so gods Hazel."
ARNOLD OUANDEE "Doc"
Siama Ouad, Alchemstein Club,
"Ot science and logic he chatter:
till I'm sure he's a talented man."
VINCENT RABIOLA "Vince"
Track Team, Intramural Baseball.
"True man and friend, what more
National Honor Society, Track
Team, Alchemstein Club.
"He knows all the answers, and
WILLIAM RATHSACK "Bill"
National Honor Society, Student
Council, Siqma Ouad, Chess ci
Checker Club, Track Team, Football
Team, President of Alchemstein
Club, Letterman, 4A Class Treas-
"Put not your trust in money, but
your money in trust with Bill."
DOROTHY REEVES "Dot"
Opera Club, Girls' Glee Club,
G.A.A., Hall Guard, G.A.A. Dele-
qate, Leaders Club, "Lclawala,'
"Music and sport movement and
ELEANOR RENWALL "El"
G.A.A., Girls' Glee Club, Dancina,
Stein-Sten, Leaders Club.
"R'hy1hrn is her business sh X
knows her business well."
GRACE RODER "Briqhteeyes"
"Boys like her beauty, qirls her
LILLIAN ROSEEN "Rosie"
Hall Guard, G.A.A., Field
Hockey, Ping Pong, Chess G Check-
er Club, Girls' Glee Club, Tap
Dancing, Musical Extravaganza,
"She views the world throuah
RICHARD RUD "Dick"
Alchemstein Club, Chorus, Red
"I-Ie weighs his words, and his
scale is above reproach."
MICHAEL RUGGIO "Mike"
Hall Guard, Star Statf, Red Cross
Representative, Intrannrral Raskets
ball G Baseball.
"The sun may be hidden by
clouds, but never Mike's aood hu-
LA VERNE RUSSICK "Vernie"
G.A.A., Stein'Sten, Dancina, Glee
Club, Leaders Club.
'Stenoarapher and dancer, sinqer
and athlete, a combination of all
that is good."
TONY RYMAR "Sec"
National Honor Society, Student
Council, Star Representative, Swim-
"The flower of Stetnmet2 man-
hood makes a biq splash insll our
ADAM RYWKA "At2e '
Hall Guard, Intramural Rasebal
"A genial soul, thouqh quietfb
Y X .1 '4
x .I ' .1 .
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ANNE ssvrrir Q
'Awresiint ot 'G.A.A., , Secretary - ol
Green Cusjtain Players, Secretary of
nelles, Leaders Club, lt lr,
Hockey Club,lHall Guard, Nume-Dal
G Leiter Aw . 4
"A darkeey Diana, with all
Atalan,ta's fleetnessl' "
V x ,
Nauanal 'Honor Societ, D da-
EDWARD SCI-IETTER "Ed"
Police, Hall Guard, Intramural
Baseball, Prom Committee.
"Business before pleasure, if it
doesn't interfere with pleasure."
IOHN SCHILLER "Schill"
Intramural Baseball 6. Basketball,
"Our walking example of what
the well-dressed man will be wear-
WARNER SCI-ILIEMAN "King"
Football Team, Sigma Ouad, In-
tramural Basketball G Baseball, Let-
terman, Alchemstein Club, Hall
"Apparently you have to be a
football hero to get along with
HO R ' 'Howl'
Al stei 1 C I u b, ural
Base all, Pro Co i .
"Rest, re t, en st some
ELSA SCHUCHER "Mibs"
Prom Committee, Civic Forum,
Stein-Sten Club, Advanced Chorus,
"Chonita," Show of Shows, Tennis
Club, G.A.A., Chess G Checker
"And still the wonder grew that
one small head could carry all she
HELEN SHUMICKI "Sonia"
4A Vice President, National Hon-
or Society, Dardanelles, Green Cur-
tain Players, G.A.A. Secretary, Stu-
dent Council, Civic Forum, Silver
Streak Staff, SteinASten, Office Sec-
"The very embodiment of beauty
and charm Russia's gift to Stein-
MARGARET SCHWABER "Marge"
Hall Guard, Show of Shows,
"She had talents equal to all
VIRGINIA SCHWOERER "Ginny"
Hall Guard, G.A.A., Show of
"The twinkle in her eye belies
her sober countenance."
IIERIVIAN SCHWARTZ "Schwartz"
Police, Hall Guard, Vice President
of Sigma Ouad, Green Curtain Play-
ers, Fire Deputy, Clean-Up-Cam-
paign, Intramural Baseball, Student
Court, Student Council, Prom Com-
"Never a glum look from
ALFRED SCHWASS "Al"
Football, Basketball, Track, Let-
terman, Intramural Baseball.
"All Chicago Prep Star pride of
Stein-Sten, G.A.A., Hall Guard.
"She counts all humanity as her
VIOLETTA SHAW "Letty"
G.A.A., Chorus, Hall Guard,
"She has the magic of a witty
WILLARD SLOAN "Tod"
Sigma Ouad, Radio Club, Stage
Technician, Student Court, Math
Club, Student Council.
"He can make a radio do anv-
thing but sit up and beg,"
IDOROTI-IY SMETTERS "Dot"
Water Pageant, Life Saving, G.A.
A., Tennis Club.
"Lovable Dorothy - her frank
smile is unequalledf'
"The very pink fi f7fIl0FllOIl.H
ADOLPH SQLKA "Little Moe"
Football Team, Letterman, Intra-
mural Baseball 6- Basketball. '- l
"One football player in a thou-
sand." tWe want cv touchdownj
Basketball, National Honor So-
ciety, Green Curtain Players, Sigma
Quad, Track, Letterman.
"Should aet a l?L?YlUS for rating
FRANK SPECIAL? 'Spegqsu
Basketball learn, lntraniural Bas-
ketball G Baseball.
"He speaks only wlien he has
something to say and is known as
a wise man."
HARQLID S'l'lfCl-I "Ste-ck"
Student Council, Sigma Quad,
Bifle Club, Band, Fire Deputy.
"Firorrran, savf' my rliildf'
HELEN Sl IEB
Bed Cross, Qltire Serretary, G.A.
A., Civic' Forum.
"Write me as one who loves her
RALPH STEINBORN "Rubinotf"
Orchestra Concert-Master, Green
Curtain Players, Swimming Team,
"Music that would charm for-
ALBERT F. SUNDBERG, IB. "Sunny"
Intramural Sports, Student Coun-
"All the qrace of the true athlete
AL TESTA "Al"
lntrarnural Baseball 6- Basketball,
Siqma Quad, Steinmetz Track Team.
"A lauqhinq chemist and friend
PAUL THIELEN, IR. "lr."
Radio Club, Chemistry Club, Siq-
ma Quad, Intramural lndoor Ball.
"A pensive lad with a scientific
LAVERNETLHES "La, La"
Bidinq Club, G.A.A., Pina Porta,
"Sugar and spice and everything
MILDRED THOMAS "Tommy"
Student Council, Civic Forum, An-
nual Staff, Green Curtain Players,
Stein-Sten, President: Library As-
sistant, Office Secretary, G.A.A.,
Riding Club, Leaders Club, Bowl-
"All creeds and opinions are but
the mere result of chance and tem-
MARTIN THOR "Thor"
Sigma Quad, Camera Club.
"Beqone dull care, for thou and
l shall never agree."
ROBERT TOPEL "Bob"
Intramural Baseball ci Basketball,
"lf there's a will, wisdom finds a
ELMER TROSS "Doc"
Siqma Ouad, Prom Committee.
"A quiet chap with all the vir-
v l A
IOSEPHUCHANBKI n "foe"
Golf Te-'am, Track 'Teaml Hall
"When I swing my golf club-A
duck!" A K 4
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LORRAINE VILTER "Rusty"
Handbook Staff, Student Council,
Hall Guard, Show of Shows.
"Pleasant and efficient, an ideal
SELMA WAGAR "Sally"
G.A.A., Chorus, Office Secretary,
"ln her alone it was natural to
GRACE WALDEN "Chubby"
G.A.A., Hall Guard,
"Always laughing a sincere
fill' lf! 'fly J!
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0 ,ff l M! f
l I 1 I f 14 .ft I
,ff In I jf' lla' A
f . .
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GERALDINE WASKOW "Gerry"
Intramural Sports, Red Cross, Po-
lice, Steinmetz Star Staff, G.A.A.,
Pre-Medic Club, Civic Forum, Siu-
dent Council, German Club.
"As friendly as a basket of pup-
Intramural Baseball, lntramural
"Sport is the ice-cream of life."
DORIS WENNERHOLM "Swede"
G.A.A., SteinfSten Club, Civic
"Music hath charms."
GLEN WENSCH "Wrench"
Swimmina Team, Rifle Club, Sia-
ma Quad, Alchemstein Club, Math
Club, National Honor Society.
"Apparel doth oft proclaim the
Alchemstein Club, Chess G
Checker Cluh, President of Math
Club, Staoe Crew, Student Council,
Radio Clulw, Sigma Quad, Cinema-
"Mathematics in a lc e s a man
BILL WERNER "Weiner"
lntramural Sports, Hall Guard.
"Without sports, life would be
ARTHUR WESTERMANN "Westy"
"The march of intellect."
DOUGLAS WOLFE "Babe"
football Team, Baseball Team.
"Douglas could sleep with his
AUDREY YETTER "Aud"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Golf Club.
"A sunny disposition, a smile for
each one of us,"
ANNE ZABORSKY "Red"
Star Staff, Manual Staff, Office
Secretary, G.A.A., Loaders Clult.
"The shade of her hair betrays
the warmth of her heart."
Basketball, Intramural Baseball,
"A jolcester and the cream of
RlTA ZABLOTNY "Rit"
Office Secretary, G.A.A., Hand
Book Staff, Student Council, 4B
"Modesty has its Charm enilwodied
"Likes to sit in the ltack nf the
LlLLlAN ZAPFEL "Lil"
Gym Office Secretary, Hockey,
G.A.A., Show of Shows,
"Happy am l, from cate l'tn
aff?-?F'1' igiklehm ,Ju ,
. C-lass Will .
We, the present 4A Class, being in our normal state of mind, entirely of our
own volition, do set aside and bequeath in preparation for our dissolution and
expiration, the following properties: V i A '
To Mr. O'Hearn our thanks for his well-judged leniency this consideration
in permitting us a proml that he has always exercised toward us. CSteinmetz
is all right but it's the principal of the thing.l
To Miss McTigue, lest she forget him--aye-lest she forget him, a Robert
Hawley Iunior to keep Bob's memory green.
To the Class of 1957, Miss Haley's, Mrs. Brennock's, Miss Bergh's, Mr.
Bjornsen's-the whole collection of U. S. History units, with the compliments
of Wally and the King who will be supplementary reading by that time.
To Mr. Bramkamp, to complement the definitions we memorized by the
dozen: "Sociology: the study of what everybody knows in words that nobody
can understand" tcompliments of Mr. Uttersonl. P
To Coach Thompson and the belated left-overs from this term's football
menu, our new campus-when it's finished.
To Garbo, the fine artistic frenzy of "Klinkers" Glave.
To Bob Wilson, the debonair Mr. Casey's flair for masculine meticulousness.
To kindred spirits throughout the school, the witticisms of Al Molzahn and
William Kelley. I
To perambulating teachers, especially Mr. Ferdman, Walter l..ong's latest
suicide-wagon, CMode1 T to the unknowingl. V '
To Rose Rutzen and G.A.A. participants in the Water Pageant, Harvey
Iohnson's dolphin-like grace. T
To Charles Butzbach our energy-he is not dead, but sleepeth.
To the school in general and the German element in particular, Mr. Henze's
And "incidentally," "on the other hand," to the juniors, the anticipation of
taking civics with Miss Iacobek.
To the deserted window seats and corridors, scenes of the Beyer-Golkcrnts
romance, fond memories of the Beyer tie.
To the plump, rosy freshmen, masculine 45l's daily quart of milk. These
boys have acquired the ne plus ultra in sparkling eyes and dainty contours.
We hereby appoint Daniel F. O'Hearn of the Charles Proteus Steinmetz
High School Executor of this, our last will and testament.
Lastly, we hereby revoke all former wills made by us at any former time.
In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this fourteenth
day of Ianuary in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and
iSignedl February Class of '37
Now let us peer into the future to see what is in store for us. Let us see our
fellow classmates as they may be years hence. Remember it's all clean, if
not good fun, so don't get angry.
Place: Around the town.
Characters: Our classmates as they may be in 1955.
Here we are at the Union Station, just getting back from New York. lt's
good to be back in Chicago amid familiar people and sights. Hey, boyl Take
this luggagel Why, he looks like an old friend. Isnlt your name Howard Nest-
man from the Steinmetz class of '37? How are you? By the way, do you know
where any of our old class-mates are now? You say Richard Rudd, George
Karum, lames Eddy, and Vernon Boeckman are all "red caps" here tool Well,
welll Say, we must hurry, but we'll see you again.
Taxi, taxil tlnside cab.l Look at that driverl lt's none other than lack du
Bois! Well here's the hotel. Let's register and get a room. Say clerkl Why
it's Harvey Iohnsonl How are you? Do you know where any of the "grads"
are? Whatl Oliver Owens, Violet Kaulinas, Mildred Kaus, Doris Carlson, and
Ioan Emberg are all employees here? Manager, stenographers and waitresses?
See you later, Harvey, we are in a hurry. Let's take an elevator to our
room. Sayl Aren't you Bob Casey? We thought so, but we didn't think you
would be an elevator operator. What's that you say? Don Baumgartner and
Harvey Nehmzow are janitors here? Well, they always were tops in our
Clean-up Campaigns. Here's our floor, and our room should be right down this
hall. 1 think this is our room. Sayl lf it isn't our old friends having a party!
Lorraine Vilter, Novak, Gierman, and Miller playing bridge and Teddy
Loewen, Carl Emmler, Dan O'Brien, Shirley Lee, and Florence Anderson play-
ing tiddle-winks. From their conversation we learn that Vincent Rabiola, Iohn
Kluz, and Andrew Panneck are popular aldermen, having set the clocks at a
standstill from 7 to 10 A.M. so people may get the extra sleep when they need
it most. Ray Peters has just been elected mayor of his home town, Prairie
Center, having won the hand-shaking contest by a large majority. He promises
lower taxes on large families, football games three days a week, and school
Marjorie Ballinger and Betty lohannes are writing essays for the Atlantic
Monthly: Winnifred Gruca is an aspiring poet, Lorraine Duym, Rita Zablotny,
and Ann Zaborsky are illustrators for Vogue. Bruce Michels, Gladys Bailey,
Genevieve Danahue, and Violet Leiter are teachers, while Mary Baldridge is
a famous doctor and Ralph Steinborn a second Fritz Kreisler. Mildred Martin,
Lillian Kruger, and Pearl Baron, the Three Musketeers, are still chumming
around together, and it is rumored that they will soon replace Clara, Lu, 'n' Em
of radio fame. Marcel Choitz and Kenneth Doll are still seen running around.
Page 3 8
Class Prophecy, Continued
ttownl. The old Steinmetz spirit! Bob Gillis, Paul Pedersen, Walter Dittmer,
and Charles Iacobs are mechanics in Frank Burger's garage.
At last we're in our room. Let's turn on the radio and hear the news. !Voice
from radial "Well, ladies and gentlemen, let's review the world of sports first,
today. Flash! Adolf Solka, star half-back on the Chicago Bears, finally de-
cided to quit professional football after ten years of stardom. He says that
since Bob Hepburn and Gene Pogose stopped playing with the Chicago Car-
dinals, he finds no joy in beating the Cards. Flash! Flashl The celebrated
woman aviator, Anne Savini, who recently flew to a new altitude record, has
just established a non-stop flight around the world, in a little more than 56
hours, thereby establishing a new record for both men and women. Sabina
Iagielski was her companion on this momentous flight. Now, ladies and gen-
tlemen, we bring you Gus Bakos, the rambling newster who succeeded Walter
Winchell when the latter retired a few years ago. Bakos hears all, sees all,
tells all, and still knows nothing. Ladies and gentlemen, your news-hawk,
"Wel1, folks, I have a dispatch which says that Ray Pasterczylc, star baseball
player of the Chicago Cubs, has just been appointed manager and will at-
tempt immediately to secure the services of Frank Speciale, a second Rabbit
Maranville. Frank may be small, but he sure is mighty. Now for flashes from
everywhere! Bill Rathsack, noted financier, recently remarked that he would
establish a trust fund to send needy Steinmetz High School students to college.
Major-General Robert Levin of the U. S. Army Forces has just mapped out the
war-games program which will take place next month. Helen Klement, the
renowned woman newspaper editor, has introduced a new feature in her
newspapers. This is not surprising as Miss Klement has always been a step
ahead. Others assisting her to attain this prominence are Lois Lee, who edits
the column on Modern Politics: Alyce Mills, Style and Beauty, Erma Christian-
sen, Advice to the Lovelornp and Pat Kelly, The Personality Girl. Charles
McCullough, famous funny-man of the screen is being Reno-vated, because as
Mrs. McCullough puts it, he has a perpetual grouch on at home. ls it true that
Robert Beyer, wealthy playboy and Filomae Golkants, star of the "Gold Dig-
gers of 1945" are that way about each other? Was it just a rumor that Glen
Wensch will receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his treatise on "How to Loaf in
Six Easy Lessons," or will it go to Erwin Bajorek for his essay, "Women, and
Why They Should be Avoided"? Now we have a few oddities in the news.
Chester, Fischer, famous sportsman, after returning home from a hunting trip
to Dark Africa is now confined to his bed. lt seems that his wife's pet Pekinese
nippecl him on the ankle the first day he returned home. Clifford Moll, well-
known disciple of Izaak Walton, was seen purchasing the largest fish he could
obtain at the Fulton Fish Market. Naughty! Naughty! Charles Butzbach, idol
, Continued on Page ll0
4B Class Officers
President ................. Robert Wilson
Vice President ........ illiam Malmberg
ecretary Gladys Halversen
Si ..... George Christensen
Class of lune, l937
lt is with sorrow that Steinmetz will bid adieu to these, the members of the
Class of lune, 1937, for they have proved unequalled leaders and workers for
the glory of their school. Their loyalty is unquestioned, their scholarship
above reproach. Under the able direction of sponsors and officers, this group
has and will add much to the history and fame of its alma mater. Nor can We
believe that its service Will end with graduation. ln later years the success
and greatness of its individual members Will undoubtedly reflect on Steinmetz.
lt is to be hoped that the tradition of excellence in every field, which they have
set, will be duly observed and equalled by each subsequent class.
With their passing, there will be lost to Steinmetz, a host of incornparably
fine students, leaders, and Workers, including not only their fine officers, but
also those who hold responsible positions in the school's activities. However,
something of their ardor will remains as an incentive to those who remain:
the unseen gift of the class of lune, 1937, to their Alma Mater.
The school has reciprocated their generous gifts two-fold. May they always
keep this in mind, and keep their school's memory close and dear.
WALTER A,BRgHA'IVI "Bud"
Yootball, f tramural Baseball,
Sgkety 'Commission, Fire Deputy
If Chief of Police, Hall Guard, Letter:
mani ,Pom Committee.
' alter is happiest on the grids
GEORGE ALUND "Little Yugge"
Boys' Glee Club, Red Cross Com-
mittee, Clean-Up-Committee, H al I
"Ripe in Wisdom is he."
ONALD BRO "Don"
LORELLE AMSCI-IL "Larry"
G.A.A., German Club.
"A charm attends her every-
ET L RSE londie"
.A.A., ' ub.
"Silent desty enhances her
AXEL ANDERSON "Ax"
Swimming, Baseball, Football,
"A friendly boy who has no
ELEANOR ANDERSON "Sweetheart"
Dardanelles, Pan American Club,
Costume Illustration Club, Civic
Forum, Student Council, G.A.A.,
"Never leave things undone is
FLORENCE ANDERSON "Starr"
Green Curtain Players, Secretcigr
Shident Council: yYGe n-
Cam 'gnDCivi orum, G.A.A.,
JA ' i' Assembly, Assistant Edi- ,
of Silver Streak, Police,7S1ein!f
me-tz Star Represantdiiva- E
"By all hebclassmates known to
ftjke,'37Phe""sweetest girl at Stein-
metz. ' . xp
VIRGINIA ANDERSON "Peggy"
Cinematograph Association, Hall
Guard, Chorus, Dramatics, G.A.A.,
"Her golden hair and pleasant
voice have endeared her to her
POl1C9 uard Safety Com-
mission, re Deputy.
"A generous chap, and lots of
HAROLD ENk "1if1dy"
EDWIN ANDRIX "Andy"
I-Iall Guard, Intramural Sports.
"We wonder what he's thinking
-f-but Edwin won't tell."
MARY ANTELLINE "Bookworm"
"Fair as the day and cheerful as
Intramural Sp s Chess c
STRON "la '
, :S gy
f HCI .
if ul, et y with
,V lare fo pretty faces.
ROBERT ARNOLD 'I " anIc"
Lettermvan, Varsity all,
Fggg Dfe pau t y ,R Police, Tn ramural
"A basket ai day, I.ank, and
you'll make the' first team."
Mkxmonls ASHLEY "Mun"
G.A,A., Student Council, Clean!
Up Campaign, Editor of Steinmetz
Star, Book G Literature Club, Dar-
"Steinmet2' own lune Provinesf'
Costume Illustriion Club, Better
Speech Clu , Chorus, Band.
"All musicians are artists in one
sense of the word, but Frances
draws as well."
c 1 T "ray"
CORDELIA BALDRIDGE "Dee"
GAA., Library Assistant, Stein-
Sten Club, Tennis Club.
"Her lauqhter is like that of a
JO fr fm
ZENON BARANOWSKI "Baron"
Swimminq, Intramural Sports.
"Iohnny Weissmuller II is here in
frf :..,!f,f,,, I
ELINOB BABKMAN "L"
GAA., Leaders Club, B i d i n q
Club, Golf Club, Student Council.
"One could scarcely find a better
sport." f ' ,
GLADYS BARTEL "Gladie"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Bed Cross
Representative, Stein-Sten Club.
"Her face wears a pleasant
HERBERT BASKE "Basic"
Swimming Team, Airway Club,
Glee Club, Pre-Medic Club, Alchem-
"By his activities a Steinmetz stu-
dent is known."
ELAINE BEENING "E"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten Club.
"Energy is eternal liqht, 'Keep
shininq, Elainel' "
VIRGINIA BEBGERON "Qin"
French Club, Germqg Cjul Dar-
danelles, G.A.A. I
"At home EW
4 M .
Stein-Sten Club, Library Staff, OI,
fice Secretary, G.A.A.
"She performs her work in earns
Che s CS Checker Club, Hall
"A lover of sport, some call him
ETHEL BINDIG "Eth"
Dardanelles, Chorus, GAA.
"Gentle in manner and firm in
A f .
V I ,A L '
4 'MA 1
HENRY BLAUL "Hank"
"Henry will accept any job ani
do it considerably better than it's
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IAMES BLUE "lim"
Basketball Team, Letterman, Intrae
m u r a I Basketball Champs, Intra-
mural Baseball, Police.
"His c h e e r f ul smile attracts
friends as the moon the tide."
GUY BOBBORA "Guy"
Letterman, Football, lntramural
"One al our Football team who
scored in the movies, too."
CASllVllPl BOBULU "Casey"
lrttramural Baseball :Sf Basketball,
"His manner is retictent but like'
IOHN HONDER ll? Nl. B. lr,"
Civig Forum, GrQen.Curtain Play-
ers, Chan ll F1 l 1 rl
vtffa ll ' ief ovie Oper tor, Silver
Streak Staff, Swirnrriitla eam, B ntl.
A "man Lkhrt eirprpepfwgqsy
Rrsridevifw L L' In
x ' -
AUGUST HORGHESI "Flash"
lntraniural baseball, Pan-Amer?
"His talr-nts are too often hidden
from Chance arquaintance by his
lo fi left! 1
RRAINE Bojtaarrrwrv f ,Qr2DmQ'
G.A.A., stan-step' Urrirv, Hall
Guard, Airway Club.
"The truth will always make you
'VIIEODORE BOROWSKl "Teri"
Airway Club, lntramural Sports,
"He dares do all that beeanes a
X Rl BO TON "Mar"
C. ,A. all Guard, Gym Otfirfe.
N "par nq blue eyes and an
n' a manner.
MARIE BOTTIGLIET-tl -
Opera Club, l-lall'Guarr'l, Police,
Darclanellegf GAA., Pen avrmqsr
Club, jffrdent Council, Dramatics,
Silver treak Repfeseritative, Stein'
"Lite ta her is a pleasant thinaf'
1 K .
BRUCE BOYNNE "Bebe"
Hall Cvuari Airway Club, Basket-
ball, Radio Club.
"A qreat lover of activities."
lf fl, A: 1 '- 9.4, ,
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Y, h A ,ff
VI , t-
VIRGINIA BRANSON 'Benny
Cw,A.A., Ft ' Cro r r.
"The st ' ed Will,"
GERALDINE BRElXflEF. "Gerry"
"Her camparry is s a u q ht by
1 .f ,
MARlON l-3REVlCK "Maisie"
Darrlanelles O f t i c e Secretary,
"Chonita," Vice President at Stein-
Sten, G.A.A. Camera Club.
"A girl wh: lingers in memory's
if , 1 I I'
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VERNON BRINK "Brinker"
"True t.: his uaurse at all times"
p ' 1 I
N 4 ..
EDAREFRYLL -,jf ty 'fvv'mtQy"
Swi irrqt T m,. ' ays Club,
-Mrthematic lubq .O.T.C., Buck
xiii ale,-, l Girard, Orchestra.
'Chopxn Bach Kreisler, l3rylll"
gy BUDDE "Bud"
, Hall Guard, Airways Club, Pan
' merican Club.
' "His driving force is ambition."
We it ,
ROY BURDE -., "Birde House"
Chess 6- Checker Club, Airways
1 1 Club. .
"Patient, Calm, and wise as an
owl is.Ahis Burdef'
IOAN BURKE "l. B."
G.A.A., Chess 6. Checkers.
"Nice girl is the general verdict."
IEA BURT ' ii '
fx Da an ' es, i en Clu all
u Costu e esigning, Red
s Repres. tive, Life qt 'nq,
.A.A., Tap Dancing, "Choi ia,"
Office Secretary, Civic Forum.
"The Dardanelles will miss this
ROBERT BURTSCHER "Bob"
lntramural Sports, Glee Club.
"A smiling redhead who warms
IOHN BUZAS "Sarge"
Sergeant in R.O.T.C., Non-Com-
missioned Officers Club.
"lohn is a fine soldier and a
PAYE CAHILL "Snooks"
t g Star Representative, G.A.A., Teachl
U Airway Club, Pre-Medic Club
"A companionable soul, and dili-
RITA CALDWELL ' 'M'Reets"
a.A.A., Dqfdmpuelf Fgronch ciub,
German Club., 'Officer Secretary.
"The perfect qzgmigination of all
l thagis goadiwf'
inf' A ,V 1 V
ANTHONY CANADEO "Stir-aky"
Captain of Football, Trafk, Lot-
terman, lntramural Baseball.
"A ripesnorting, tearing lion on
the gridiron, and a joking lamb in
private life?-X '
DO NICCA RELLI "Spe '
tu e cil, Pa fAmeric
" '. th' g M i n."
, - .
MARGARET CARON "Peggy"
G.A.A., Gym Secretary, Loaders
"Enioyable, enthusiastic, and all
in all excellent."
f"f,'i:- , fl 4
A f 4
Mana er of Football Team As-
sis?-tit itor of St Star Rzipre-
se atiy ,flrrttctqgra l,S,,,SlC1l
"Ha py-go-lucky, fair and free."
M TON IAP A Iey"
i g m O . . ., Hall
rd, A w l b.
' ' 'Mil n' is a reat
ALFRED CHIARUTTINI "Al"
Football, Sigma Ouad, Battalion
Commander of R.O.T.C., Fire Dep-
uty, Chief of Police.
"One of the reasons we admire
ANTOINETTE CHOINICKI "A"
G.A.A., Chess G Checker Club,
Treasurer of Polish Club, Airway
"She strives to do her best at
GEORGE CI-IRISTENSEN "Christy"
Business Manager of Star, Senior
Adviser of Star, Student Council,
Sigma Quad, Fire Deputy, Prom
Committee, Boys' Glee Club, 4B
"Presenting the worthy treasurer
of the Senior Class."
HARRY CI-IRISTENSEN "Chris"
Student Council, Book Room, Sil
ver Streak Staff, Treasurer of Stamp
Club, Silver Streak Representative,
"A working man with a sense oi
RAYM914 c "shoes"
fl amyral Basketbal Intramural
seballl iyways C .
"His filjgi 'al la m sy m a
joy as aid smat .'
MAUREEN CLARKE "Peanuts"
G.A,A., Chess G Checkers.
"Lovely to look at, delightful to
t tt, L
f wi- '- N A "comms"
I' tra - XS- - all, Swimming
eam, as Q d.
Anoth -f-8: in the Steinmetz
MARIE CONLEY X A 'fIrish"
XQL.ibR1'N4 Assistant, Q.A.A. ,
Fl "Marte was one of our 'interests
tin the library."
ivy ' I
ELLEN COYNEY Af' "L"
Glee cm , .A.Aj'lI-Iall Guard,
Stein-St? lub , f
I "This prett ,girl is truly like a
I l f ' ,J
ntr ura S ts, Hall Guard.
' 1 acter is Floyd."
i "R d"
T I us e
Intramural B ' C11 " Baseball-
"I-Ie runs" - J. and
pop! qoes a 'I ' I
WILLIAM CUMMINGS "Wild Bill"
Airway Club, Pan American Club.
"Bill doesn't know if hes Cum-
mings or Goingsl "
VIRGINIA CZARNECKI "VirQ"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Office Secres
tary, Pen 6 Ledger Club, Camera
Club, Water Pageant, Life Guard.
"Ted will string along With You'
J " If 4-
in l ! l
L' uslnplvfs ULU"
, Dardanelles, Stu d e I
ncil, Civic Forum, CIIQSS
Checkers, Tennis Club, Chorus.
"Efficiency pe onifiedf' ,W
pr- I KT'-i,1i
if kt xff ii'
"Peggy was another-.oi Stein-
metzfs bright lights."
FEORA DE MlCl-lELE
GEORGE DE BOER "Gee Dee Bee"
Steinmetz Star, Sports Reporter,
Student Council, Sigma Quad, Foot
ball Manager, Fire Deputy, lntra-
mural Sports, Math Club, Stamp
"GDB accomplished more than
. -ff i
MLAWRCENCE DEERlNG "Larry"
' Pan American Club, Hall Guard,
"A regular, all-round good sport."
HARRIET DEICHMAN "Har"
Field' c y, G.A.A., Hall Guard.
bi i SZ!!
Gian E is ' l'sixB1tS"
all Gua am ral Sports.
' eoray-P lic iz crush on
f qv." .
' NlqAi1N.Glub1 ders crab,
Yciqsketbctt, Terinis ciabkgfe Huang,
"A dimple on the chin and
LOUIS DE MICHELE "Gertie"
Cheer-Leader, Sigma Quad, Dance
Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra,
Band, lntramural Sports, R.O.T.C.,
Foolish Follies, Show of Shows.
"His musical nature gives delight
,-If '-i .Jfi
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ROSE DEPrNro i liao"
G. ., Hall Guard, Gym Secre-
"R se wants an Alumnae Asso-
Stein-Sten Club, Oflic Secr ,
Civic Forum, G.A.A.
"Ianet is the ir
657' wr f
ir3AN DoEMLAND ,'Wliirrliy"
As istant S ary
c e E ,
CounQl, ffice ecretary,
stem- red' rub, Ctviftr Wall.
"lean, too, enjoys 'her association,
with the offidbf Forkersfijvl' ,f
' A-7 , ,A
K Xb 4' 4x1
Clean-Up Campaign, Police, Opera
"Hopes to find a dollar in the
scraps he picks up in our corridors."
f j Y
G.A.A., Pen ri Ledger Club,
"She's to be found
mirth makers and believes the world
was rnade to enjoy."
Glee Club, Ridinfl Club, Silver
"All nice th'ngs said of her are
Pen :S Ledger Club, Vice President
"A firm friend and true." '
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fa ,' 1 J Nj:
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if Jff!! ' sji!c,,v""?j
President of Red Cross,
National Red Cross
G.A.A., Leaders Club,
"She rarely misses
C o u n c i l,
GRACE DUNCAN "Dunkie"
Prom Committee, Stei -Sten Club,
"The business o ill e ome
LORRAINE EIDNES X! "Rusty"
G.A.A., Tennis Club, Golf Club.
"Always a perfect coiifuref'
1 B f' f , I.
DUANEENDLER 'W-ff '
Hall Guard, Pan American Club,
"We will recommend him."
NoRMAN ERICKSON "Swede"
l-lall Guard, Pan American Club,
Chess 61 Checker Club.
" 'Swede' was a whiz at doing
ROLAND EVETT "Bud"
Hall Guard, Police Sergeant, Fire
"Common sense is his guide."
Xl E W
DOH Y EMAALD "Dot"
G.A.A. 6 Stein-Sten Club, P a n
"A steady customer of the Stein-
DOMINICK FAVIA "Domerio"
Band, S y m p h o n y Orchestra.
Dance Orchestra, lntramural Sports,
"Take great pleasure in the se-
ADELANE EELGER "Ad"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten, Opera Club,
Gym Office Secretary, Dramatics.
"A future Greta Garbo."
GENEVNEVE l:'WGLlOi "Gen"
G.A.A!5.fD6rdane11s's, S t' d e nt
Council, Officexjeicretaryfggi Cross,
"Sincere, 'and in every
FRANK FERRERI "Prof"
Co-Captain of Swimming Team,
Cheer Leader, Letterman, Airway
Club, Sigma Ouad, Show of Shows,
lntramural Baseball 6 Basketball,
"A diver unequalled a 'sports-
ob! 4' flfrfcf-ff1,Q,
c,cc.ffcf-,f: Q cfm,-'AA
el , as etb ll, .A.A'.,
L ers Clu'b, Life
Club. JA-XVx.fifL '
"The modern girl ar'Qfs5cgLsm.c3'f+'
tr e." 'X f
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EL.lZABETi'l l:lSl"lEB 'Bettygfdb
G.A.A. Board, Dardarielles, Bas
ketball, Tennis Club, Leaders Club,
G.A.A. Delegate, Secretary of Math-
ematics Ctub, Dancing, Red Cross
Delegate, Life Saving.
"A red-heacl and athlete in every
sense of the word."
Sigma Ouad, Alchemstein Club,
Camera Club, lntramural Boxing,
lntramural Baseball G Basketball.
"The tworfisted lack Dempsey oi
BEATRICE FB UF "Bee"
G.A.A., ll uard, Pan Ameri-
"He aims aw high."
KATHERINE FRITZ "Katie"
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Pan Ameri-
can Club.4 f
"None ibut hefself could be her
parallel". 4 N N
fl ll ll
c Roar "chock"
,lj f their, Hall Guard, swim.
ml , Orchestra, Police.
ff' ' thletic, with just or touch of
X s ing."
WILLIAM FROST "Twin"
Basketball, Hall Guard, Police.
"A qood naturecl lad is Bill."
I XHOWARD FUGMAN "Howie"
I Sigma Ouad, Airway Club.
"A Si?ma Quad, therefore the
7 rr 'perIe ' "
ERIK FUNK "Funk"
Hall Guard, Police.
"Lively and ardent, frank and
' ,RUTH FURLOTT "Frenchie"
1.3 GiA.A., Hockey, Chorus.
F "Prim,,pr01oer, and pretty."
N X ' X '
THEODORE GIANNONI "Ted"
Intramural Sports, Hall Guard.
"His humor is like an ever-run-
LORRAINE GILARD "Lor"
Stein-Sten Club, G.A.A., H a I I
"Patience is her c r o W n i n q
FLO ENCE GILMORE "Flo"
G.A,A., Stein-Sten Club, H all
"True wit is Flo's asset."
RICHARD GLYNN "Dick"
Fire Deputy, Hall Guard, Intra-
"Why aren't they all contented
MERTIS GODEE ' "Rusty"
G.A.A., Student Council, Red
"Goodness does not consist of
greatness, but qreatness of qoocl-
LE RoYc ' L Ki "Lee"
Int mur l baseball, Intramural
Bas ll. .
'tl' en of fewxwords are the best
1 ,.., L
Hall Gua , American Club,
"A ti e ou mention chess,
"Cliffo ' all ears, because that's
his fav ' mode of living."
I Ui EE "lunie"
S e nmetz Star, G.A.A., Pan Amer-
" nother popular Star Staff
Ixos GRUND X f "toe"
Bdsketballf' 'A I
X J' "Esquire ,fashions are his style."
Q l 'f
X if ,
, ' 5 .I
K Green Curtain Players, Safety
" Commisslonf- Sigma Ouad, Golf
Clubl, M Guard, Student Council,
Intramu al Baseball.
"The clubs will miss 'Getz'."
EDWARD HAERLE "Pussy Toes"
Football, Intramural Baseball :S-
"Ed took his revenge on the foot-
GLADYS HALVORSEN "Swede"
Stein-Sten, G.A.A., Student Coun-
cil, Hand Book Staff, Annual Art
"Many thanks to our Class Sec-
MARGARET HAMILTON "Marge"
G.A.A., Red Cross Committee,
"Oh Marge, we're always think-
ing of you."
NORMAN HANASETH "Nor"
Steinmetz Star, Sigma Quad
"Will join Winchell as his an
Fr'day.lj-J" 'J X
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IRENE HANSEN "LEE"
G.A.A., Hall Guard
"Her cheerful ways brightened
many a day at Steinmetz."
BARTH HANSEN "Swede"
Intramural Basketball G Softball,
"Our myriad-minded S h a k e -
DAVID HANSON "Hans"
"A ripe good scholar is he.
MARGARET HANSON "Marge"
G.A.A., Leaders Club, German
"Having friends is the fulfilling of
B ARTMAN 'Birdiel'
'N . .A., P Amer" ub,
nc l .
' gfmad ' s ' an
e rt." O
MARGARET HEBER "Marge"
Student Council, Hall Guard, Po-
lice, Pen 6. Ledger Club, Camera
Club, G.A.A., Office Secretary.
"A diligent office worker."
BARBAQQX GL "BM:-S"
I also G1-ee Club, Rezfcmss
ittee, Leaders Club.
gLC?3abs like to sing-'and does it
. I ,jk
DOROTHY I-IELDT "Dot"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten Club, German
"A good name is better than
lllfi?'ll'll Hlflulfll "H9ssirv"
Glu' I'lul, C'5.A.l1..
"ll1i Vurr' siuipiirity is ftzcxlityiufz
tu fill." v
lQ.-'x . Ur.,Y'i
V97 J WX
'I iltmlwrit Ccsiiiicil, Gmmi Curtain
M K Vlciyrirs, Cfivif' l'-lftltllll, Silvwi' Strmilc
Stuff, llciricl Hunk Stcxtf, G.A.A,, Bris-
laritlicill, l,it0 Sciviufz, Trip Dcmciriq.
"A stwfirly riisloiiim iri will ficftivi-
.1 l ' H
RMA f Nl I "Norm
Alvl ii stviu irflulw, C'l,lX.lX., Trrivwl
'luiy irwciy Cfluli, Hull Guurrl,
lwu X L1 Cluli, lririiiis tflulw, Bcxskvt
ri G AIX. liriltfqritfi, Dclrictirifi,
3 ' Scvricittiry, Firflcl llcwkfvy, lu-
ti ii uml llcisrilwill,
linvlitiritirirz lwut lll1lNtIIl.H
Q Ht llllll l' lll'l'HllllN "lima"
fliuiiipittii Bffxvi, Fwatlcill.
N Hlfrfivffry lIF'V'l tucles mul uf
G.A.A., Stfiu-Stwii Cluli, l,0ClCl0IS
flulf, Pdgecirit Cluli.
"lim lciuqhtgr is swftvt mmf! mild,"
Q? xx , .vxqvxxxx
KX . '
,NK Q X 7, Y,
,N l N
i Nj ! as 3
il.OHl'lf4.lNl' lllftflililfl "lVlic'lcc'y"
X Gimvii ifuitciiii Plfiyois, Hall
Gucircl, l7miiiutic's, G.A.A,, Clwmi
, llp Ccliiiivciiqii.
Q "'l'cvo lciw tliwy lfuilfl who lwuilzl
X S lwrirwitli tlw sirius."
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YL VVRA HEYSHK "Viv"
2 G.A.A.NPv11 5- lJi'tlQPI Cflulw, Silvm
Strriuk Stall, Oltirrf SWCIKPNIIY, GTPKHII
Cuituiri Plcyvrs, Hull Gucirtl, Stein-
' mvtz Star Rwpmseliitcitivv, Silvm
"Hmri's licipiuq you tum out to lift
what ywu wuiit wlimi you want,"
Dmvlqric-llfs, Still Rcipieiswiitcitivv,
G.A.A. Dplequtw, Civic Fciruiii.
"A tiny tudirlou Witli fl vtwurlf-vita:
NDREVV l-lOl.0UlilflKl ' Autlyw
QNGUIOTKI-lrjlllll, lllllillllllllll liflfivi-
A fill. 4
'Nl "AS tw lhirikwtlz iu liias lifwut, su
VHARL ' ' "l?utl',
G.A. ., juic' ll , Clitwsrz S
Fliff' 'lux Air y L'lul'.
"A mm limit tlcws: rwtwl likt
rim i.in0.' JJ
MARY lANlIHOOlit2 "lik "
Vicwi Pisisitlwii , tiiivllsisg
ifliciiiuicm, C :ir on 'tw-3 St-1'
clvii f vui ' , filwmi-llprifciiiiiiiittvv,
Cf' , mi, L ms Fluli, ' 'ii-
tli ii, lull
lnrcl, Oitivv Swv! I , I.il'itx y sa-
sistmit, Sutc-ty Qciu 4-il.
MCEHF? of Stbjiim t1":: imczzt l-i.tmi::
Give ri Ctlfifll ' 1-iss, lllllvlllfi-
t ci CI 1' ci p li . iuti ,-,gsigie-tcli
llcckfiy 'l' ii, 'll qiviiic ' i-
liri I Cciiii Wy pvm
l . I'
J "Wim 0 is lilcef fi :suriiiiim 1lf1Y.H
.A.A. Gp Dmiviiir, ltilkliltiitl,
' ockvy, Srtvrfttciiy,
if vf, orui ' XFN
1 1 T13
"Bot y"s1L!iiirr'wtlig' ktvf-ly as aiu oi-
Lll.l.lANH I ll 'ullitlt y"
lo iw ui' it ti w luut nits
C A. ., .A. , Dv qtxci, .C ' ix?
l'murii, p Dm Ciuq iiwdy ull.
tttv ' ffl
FRANK HORVATH "Tiny"
Pan American' Club, Airway
Club, Chess 5' Checkers.
"A gentleman and a scholar."
C O "Ozzie
.A. ., hess G Checkers.
Celi has a v iety of interests."
tl f are
LFXGNE HUB T r vig"
Civic Forum, s, Al-
chemstein, Pre-Nledi reative Writ-
"Enjoys intellect al activities."
Dardanelles, S t u d e nt Council,
French Club, German Club, G.A.A.,
"A Silver Streak steed would
'cw wsu, If W-
MABGABET l-IURLEY "M dqe"
Dardanelle , S t u uncil,
Hall Guar St ' n Club, Bed
Cr? e ative, G.A.A., Life
q o nm Cho
Sa , c , " -
nita," 'l'ap in , Qfii Secre-
tary, Civic or , Flasbion-
Hin t ey
MARY IACOBS A "Cleo"
"Smiles from her ia cn lad."
Green Curtain Players, G,A.A.,
Hall Guard, illramatics, Clean-Up
"She has the will to do, the soul
BOB IAEGEB "Chubbie"
Basketball, Letterman, Police, Fire
Deputy, Intramural Baseball.
"A p pular man about town."
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VIRGINIA JAGO "Ginger"
G.A.A., Stein - Sten, Basketball,
"Sees humor in the most dire situ-
WANTDA 1 i , -"recite"
G.A ., Dar tielles, ls t u ein t
Q il, ' c e Secrytary, Hall
uard. N ' .,'
S7' "WanHa's possession of many tal-
ents ylill make her future com-
f ,. .LA ,.
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FRANK IANAS "Lanky"
Basketball, Hall Guardf
"The Silver Streak of the basket-
EARL IENZEN "linx"
Sigma Quad, Hall Guard, lntra-
mural Baseball, Football Manager.
"Earl likes the hool. Hurrahlfl
ELEANOR JOHNSON ,
G.A.A., Hall Guard, Trav 1
"Some parm? argfjust naturally
lucky."A,0. " f QJA,-9 C
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nf - A-ryyfff K
ELEANOR M. IOHNSON "Cissy"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten, Civic Forum,
Election Committee, Bed Cross, Star
Staff, Hall Guard.
"Kindly actions have made her
RUSSELL IOHNSON "Swede"
lrrtrarriural Sports, Hall Guard,
"Has a aaad drisiqrr tar livinqf'
PAUL lC'DRGl'fNSlfN "luraie"
llaliwh Swrawarrt, llall Guard Cap-
iairr, Assistant Fditar at Stairimetz
Star, l'irr' l,iPl1ifNllf1Ill, Sports Editor
at Stwirrrrratyt Star, Vifffw Prelsidorrt,
MfTill'tlIlf'1ili'S Clulr, Marraaar Swim-
rrrirra 'lk-arri, Viva Prosidarrt Stamp
l'lul', Svrrirrr Advisfrr' ta Stairrrrwtzt
St-rr, Studvrrt Caurirtil.
'wlklrrwi rrrwri rrrwrlwri la taker his
RAl.l'll IORGRNSFIN "lam"
lfalicv-, Fira Daputy, Alvherrrstoirr
Clulr, Siarrra Quad, Rifle Team, lrr-
trarrrural Rasahall, Publicity Otficar
"Limit for hirrr dawn irr tha
CARL HIDD "Ruddy"
"Carl usas his 'B and K' tactics
irr aur assorrrhlias.
X' X RAYMOND KAISFR "Kats"
Silvar Streak lalarrdlroak, Civic
Farurrr, Chairrrrarr Service Award
Carrrrriittaa, Trark, Basketball, Let-
Y, tarmarr, Palira, Fira Deputy, Student
Q' .fouririil Siama Quad, Carriara Club.
"Rayrrrarrd's 'Caurrtry Clulr' CIC-
ihiiviiivs will partart his dvsiqn far
lr? .5 .
, X LU ,r KANE "Lge"
N Q g2S.NyA. Traval Cluh, Airway
, , lxtq
"Wr1rrts ta ha ari air stawardassf'
,W W? ff f
SM! ROR 'KAMLAH "Bala"
1 1 rrtrarrrural Sp t al Guard.
ll, 'lla arriinys lv ,n Qasadf'
I If If ,,
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YVONNE KAPPE "Vcrrrrrirr"
Alchemsteirr Club, G.A.A., 'lravc-l
Cluh, Airway Cluh, Chess 5. Check-
ar' Clulm, Civic Forurrr, Clearr-Ury
"Frc1Cklw-tavv, ia thirrl: wa usr-d
tu fall har trar'klatdrwl"
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HARRY KEAG , 'lfwqqii-"
Siarrra Quad, Grwarr Curtain Play-
wrs, Gpfrra Cluh, lVliXvd Clrarus.
"Wild Charrrist arid sufrvw lmrdrrvr
A - if
ALYCEKEDGE X "Lvl"
G.A.A,, Fivlci lirivlivy, lriib Sriv-
irra, Claarr-Up-Carrrpaiarr, Swirrrrrrirr-r
Taarri, liall Guard.
"A rrawrarrrar' wha likfwd Stfrirr-
EVY KlNSTRANl5 "Shorty"
Pen 51 Lvdaar Cluli, G,A.A., Hall
Guard, Tap Darrrirra,
"Another tutura C. R. A."
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DOROTH lRCl-IENRR G "Shorty"
G.A.A., P9-rr 5- Ladaor Cluh,
"Morbid ability ladaod in a
MARGARET KLEMFNS "Margo"
G.A.A., liall Guard.
"lVlarqa rrwrits tha host."
LAlfVlillNCli KNllllSllN "l.r'iI'1y"
Mixod Charus, llrwsirlfirit Crafrrr
Curtairr Playars, Siarrra Quad, Stu-
darit Cfnurrfil, Starrw Crfrw, Alvlrarrr-
Hlfrrrays all thirias ycruthtulf'
llfWlIl. IQOFHLFH "Tots"
Hlwwvls to till a Crown."
Kltlll. tqotfuta 'luke'
l, ttwitueu, Swiuuuiug 'l' e am,
'll-aut llittrus, Police, Fit
Dui uty, li ll Tear Alchem-
stwii Clulu iqt a , Air Way
Ululw, Popular stra. '5
"A vollovtoi t tlus anti ltat
vlucliua svltool li norsf' 1
OLGA KQSOVEZ "Oqqiel'
Tap Dancing, G.A.A.
"Olga is good Fompanyf'
C,1C67px 17 'A Q . , Q in
GLENN KROFF' "Speed"
liuys' Gino Club.
"Not too speedy for Cornfortf'
VLJ G.A.A., Leader Cluli.
JA 0 or iendation io the CLA,
750 , '
IUNE KROPP "lu"
G.A.A., Stein-Steu, Star Reprosene
"Fair as Iunef'
FLORENCE KRUGER "Flo"
G.A.A., Civic Forum.
"Obscure as the night."
MYRA KUNDE "My"
G.A.A., Guard, Life Saving, Base-
ball, Tap- Dancing.
"An amialwle personality."
V RT o
Q3 S' e Club.
, "L' o munity Singing on the
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IOSEP LABUZ ,f "Butch"
Polic ,.,BaskQUdi b9Qhrlnt5ri-
mural, tudent CD11 '. ' P if
"l-le lfinows what he wants."
FRANK LADENDORF "Curley-Top"
Sigma Quad Treasurer, Fl.O.T.
C., Civic Forum, Student Council,
Airway Club, Charter Committee.
"Here's to the soldier and his
arms, especially if lie happens tt,
be a tenor."
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Vee-- ,,.,v,4-by-x' -... sh-A as
F "Jig I' 'I f I I
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MILDRED fkmouizi 'Mir'
G.A.A., Stein-Sten, Costume illus-
tration Club, Show of Shows.
"l-las many talents."
EMII. LAMOS "Bagrat"
Student Council, Student Court,
Sigma Quad, Clean-Up-Campaign,
Green Curtain Players, Civic For-
um, Police, Fire Deputy.
"His ciiligence in pursuit of fiuty
DOROTHY LARSEN "Dottie"
G.A.A., 5 Loaders Club, Airway
"Dottie likes Lo visit the airport."
BETTE LAUB "Shorty"
G.A.A., Riding Club, Leaders
Club, Life Saving, Golf lub.
"Blest with the cha o please."
tein-St I Ci 'c .A,A.
T v l , atics, Tennis
.'A er WA!
IAMES LINSKEY "Linsk"
Sigma Quad, Alchemstein Club,
Pre-Medic Club, Rille Club, Annual
Staff, Airway Club, Mixed Chorus,
"He was good entertainment."
IOHN LONG HDYk9H
lntramural Baseball, lntramural
Bas al Airway Club, Band.
' yke' 'gin l as lli name."
G.A.A., Chess d C er ce
President of th P ' C
"Petitioned for t P Club."
ELMER LORENZ "Red"
"l-lis glee is always obvious."
MARlORlE LYDIGSEN "Midge"
Travel Club, G.A.A.
"Sensibility, sweetness too."
ROBERT MAAG "Bob"
Intramural Baseball, Airway
"Robert is a promising student -
Yes, always promising."
CASIMER MACZEK "Casey"
lntramural Basketball, lntrainural
Baseball, Airway Club.
"Casey at the bat."
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PETER MAGCISTO "Maggy"
Boxing, lntramural Sports, Pan-
"Pete will miss Civics."
GUS MALATIA "Model T."
Fire Deputy, Chorus, Chonita,
Sigma Quad, Cinematograph Club,
Drarnatics, Alchemstein, Show of
Shows, Foolish Follies. ,
"we Situ like Mwst rs." Q
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WH. I M MALMB "Bill"
S in Te Captai Letter-
, Sigm ad, Student Court,
e cil, Fire Deputy, Clean-
U 1'-r ' a gn, Civic Forum, Sports-
' ' amural Baseball, Police.
rder in the courthouse -Bill
w nts to speak."
DOROTHY MANNHARDT "Dot"
G.A.A. Water Pageant, Riding.
"She is a credit to Miss Selingerf'
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ELLA MARTIN "El"
G.A.A. Star Representative, Silver
Streak Representative, S t u ci e n t
"Liked our publications."
DOMINIG MARZULLQ' f'Shorty"
Intramural Basketball, Intramural
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CHESTER MASLANKA "Ches"
Intramural Basketball, Intramural
"Mark his words."
BERNARD MCCARRON "Mac"
Intramural Baseball, Intramural
Basketball, Airway Club.
"His mind has its own method."
ANN MCKAVANAUGI-I "Pat"
Alchemstein, G.A.A., T r a v el,
Guard, Secretary, Airway Club:
Chess G Checkers.
"Wants to fly to Florida."
EDWARD MESCI-IA "Edo"
Police, Intramural Basketball, In-
"Enjoyed the Steinmetz Spirit."
t I frm '
J ' K
HY MQYE "Dorr
.t ep eserilgive of Silver Stre k,
Baskewll, t r. - t J '
"Silence747Erea'er than Sp ec .'
ft. .ttf ,
KATHLEEN MEYERSI "Kay"
Dardanelles, Stein-Sten, Camera
Club, G,A.A. Office Secretary,
"A dignified air and a pleasant
C b a u 1 , s ll
T 1 , Sil r t t.
A v abl me ber of y ac-
RUBY MICH Lf Rui,"
Student C u C , Gre Cu a'
Players, Ci at gra , e a
DORIS MICHELS "Mickey"
G,A.A,, Student Council, Vice
President Costume Illustration Club,
Leaders, Basketball, Tap Dancing,
"Badminton is her bes
L UA !
Stage Crew, Dramatics, Police.
"Has mischief in his eyes."
Intramural Basketball, Intramural
"Knows his game." ix Q I
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IOI-IN MILLER F "Shorty"
Sigma Quad. '
"The Foolish Follies should be
given every week."
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IUNE LER "Lanny"
Drafnatics, G.A.A. Tennis, Civic
Forum, Student Council, Darda-
"A modern Miss with intellect
ALICE MORCK "Al"
"Good things often come in small
ARDITH MORSCHEK "Red"
Water Pageant, Cherry Blossom,
Lelawala, Opera Club, Life Guard.
"Warrts a season pass to the
ARTHUR MORTENSEN "Art"
X J Chorus, Glee Club.
r "Young tellows will be young
I X, BLITYIUNE MOYER
A Camera Club, Star Staff, G.A.A.,
K? 'h i' Hall Guard, Pen 51 Ledger Club,
Rv "Her wit is original and pleas-
S 9 ant."'
WILLIAM MULLINS "Moon"
' Star, Police, Intramural Baseball.
"We boil at different degrees."
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ti ETHEL MURRAY "Flicks"
x ' Green Curtain Players, Darda-
, nelles, G.A,A.
X xxx "Theres no use crying over spilt
milk 'cause theres enough water in
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A ON MUSSELMAN "rx1rt-ire"
.A., Stein-Ste , I.eadeYejClub,
A rar q ciub. r -' N
S arigh will psease her L ploy-
ANTHONY NAKONECZNY "Nako"
Galt Team, Intramural Baseball,
Intramural Basketball, Orchestra.
"Will show the correct stance any
NORBERT NARSKE "Norb"
Intramural Baseball, Intramural
"Always has time for a game or
GRACE NELSON "Gracie"
Stein-Sten, G.A.A., Camera.
"Photography offers endless en-
joyment." ' A '
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HOWARD NESTMAN "Nezbit"
Police, Fire Deputy, Star Repre-
sentative, Guard, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Intramural Baseball.
"Nezbit held his nose to the
grindstone, but not too close."
ROBERT NEUMAN "Bob"
Pan-American, Intramural Sports.
"His interests are the best."
EARL NOLTER "Duke"
Alchemstein Club, Stamp Club,
"Not an Earl but a 'Duke' "
FI. ENCE OYC '-glaalrlou
rdanel Chorus, re- edic
Cl b, C' Forum, .A., Alchem-
st ilve S , Student Coun-
"She s always ready to assist
Miss o ghtonf'
OLAF OLSON "Oly"
Intramural Basketball, Intramural
"Would like to play the Taylor
IILEANORE OLSZEVVLSKI "Fl"
Pen 61 Ledaer Club, G.A.A., Tap
'HA qyrn instructor, we hope."
ll.O.'l'.C. Olticc Secretary, Fen S.
Ledaer Club, Steinrneth Star Beprv-
Hlosoplrirro keeps the soldiers in
r PSAHL ' X, "rmnigiL-
Student Co cil, lver Streak
Stall, Cm its rrr Sr tr ibm.
" 1 s the H90 year."
I-lltllllll K BN r aw"
W .sts c1t1vfQ7QA. ., rw, stir
de rt Cor l, Dardane s, Star
. ill f ant 2 Conrrnittt ,oOtlice
B tary, A
" r t hctd he' te rrnes
lntrarnural Bascball, Chess ii
Checker Club, Radio Club
"Always Good for a horne-run."
Star Editor, Library Statt, Dardu-
nellos, French Club, O.A.A., Crea-
tive Wrritirra Clulr.
"Mary will assist Mr. Hearst."
lOSlTP'H PARFLLO "loo"
Orchestra, Opera Club.
"A zlivino lover of music."
LOUlS PAUL "Footloose"
Travel, Chess 6- Checkers, Guard,
"Fo e and fancy free."
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ANTHONY FAVONE "Curly"
lntraniural Baseball, lntrarnural
p the ladvyfs 'rnian."j
ELMFR PEABSON "Elm"
Pre-Medics, Travel, German Club.
"l-lis heart rests on the sunny side
lOllN PENASKA "lohnny"
President Civic Forum, Vice Presi-
dent Student Council, President
Clean-Up Ccrmpaiqn, lntrarnural
Baseball, Siqrna Quad, Letterrnan,
"Friends, Hornans, Countrynron,
lend nie your ears."
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LESTER PERSSON "Los"
Carnera Club, Siqrna Ouad, Sym-
phony Orchestra, lazz Orchestra,
Rifle Club, R.O.T.C., Chorus, lntra-
mural Baseball, Foolish Follies, Cho-
"Would like to try all tho mu-
sical instrurnents in Wurlitzer's."
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ll rFSlllfB'lFlLlf "Flash"
"ls waitina for an audition."
rrrxrcrrrrrrrs ' 'lsfoqyu
G.A.A. l'lockoy,'BG1.slCcrtlArll, Tap
Dancina, Civic Forhrn, Dance Corn-
rniiree, Prorn Cornrnittee, Clean-up.
"Look for Eunice in the N37
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LORRAINE PETERSEN "Pete"
"That for which sho aims shall
DOROTHY PETER ON "Pete"
GAA., Op f' Cl QQ Club, 'S
"Pe im ily Pans." Vj
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.A.A., Tr 1 Club, I
'D 't ed a bonus to keep
DONALD PILLSBURY "Don"
Intramural Sports, Guard, Pre-
"Wherever Don goes, his smile
ELSIE PITZER "El"
G.A.A., Life Saving, Basketball.
"Would like to conti ue her swim-
ming in Miam',' f
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1 RAYM PITZ R X " 'sorf'
Alch stein, , G r 1, Pre- dic,
Clean-Up Co i e.
"D e c o r a 1 lchemstein
3 DOROTHY PLETTAU "Dot"
'ie G.A.A. Guard, Volleyball.
"Always a pleasant thought."
ELAINE POLTROCK u "Lulu"
Student Cucil, r ch Club,
man ubwbv Aa Glee
f , , '
' N . has a merry' he MIA anrl
X ' yy
RAY PONTARELLI ,
'Pyontarelli 'olslfvyo e t t e r
l' : h
OLGA POPADUIK "Pop"
G.A.A., French Club, German
Club, Glee Club.
"The Riviera and the Rhine at-
ROBERT POTEMPA "Bob"
Intramural Basketball, Baseball,
GR Qr4'i NIK "Boyo"
Swi Team, Lettermen, Po-
'lice, G - - Chorus, Airway Club,
"Strong in body and strong in
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EDWARD PRIVATSKY "Russian"
Cheerleader, Swimming Team,
Sigma Quad, Fire Marshall, Dance
Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, In-
tramural Sports, Stage Crew.
"Lives in the Russian tradition."
ADELINE PROKES "Red"
G.A.A. Tennis Club, Golf Club.
"Golf is good for anyone's char-
I V ET QUA "Stormy"
Annual Make-up, Green
Bo, Curtain s, Police, Election
e uture should be pleasantly
G.A.A., Camera Club, Airway
"Carrara studies intrigue her."
BEVERLY REDPAT "Bev"
G.A.A L s.
" c' a q r herself."
W u' M
ROSALIE ELEICEYXBDT "Hill-BillY'?
Stein- t CLAQI. N! 1
sf"R alie is no, ill BilQ':9'
QLEANOR EMIA qql9S"
G.Af . 1 v
LORRAINE RENSNER "Lorrie"
"Lorrie will be missed."
RARE TER' "Blondie"
" 'io marks the path for a
Airway Club, r e 'c Club,
Green Curtain ers, Chorus, Of-
fice Secret nnual Representa-
ffgrdrtjxably S best
RUTH Rises 0g2!:f:gzy"
HARRY ROCHOTTE "Buck Shot"
Student Council, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Football, lntramural Base-
ball, Fire Marshall, Captain of Po-
"Wants his football autographed
by the Chicago Bears."
l..OlS ROE "LO" 1
Steinmetz Star, Life Guard, G.A.
A. Squad Leader. ' C
"A nautical st
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ROSE ROMANO "Ro-RO"
G.A.A., Italian Club, Student
Council, Hockey, Tennis, Chorus,
Tap Dancinq, Office Secretary,
Leaders, Badminton, Horse Shoes.
"We won't forget her funny little
ELMER ROSENFELD "Rosey"
lntramural Sports, Guard.
"Use a word three times and it's
CHESTER ROSS "Dynamite"
Boys' Glee Club, Basketball.
"Dynamite won his name in bas-
. . ilu.
CHESTER ROSTKOWSKI "Chip"
Boys' Glee Club.
"Fred Waring's Glee Club is his
.LIZ I-I R S "Liz"
G .A., el.
'e ity, poise, and pep."
ANTHONY SALVATORE "Tony"
Intramural Basketball and Base-
ball, Sigma Quad, Chorus.
"Basketball should be an all-year
LAWRENCE SAMUELSON "Larry"
Intramural Sports, Guard, Travel.
"Larry enjoys many friends."
KARL SANDERS "Sandy"
Intramural Sports, Guard. Travel.
"Strange what stuff ambition
DANTE SANTUCCI - "San"
Police, Fire Deputy, Chorus, Air-
way Club, Intramural Basketball,
Track Team, Mgr. Swimming Team,
"Has authority and knows how to
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fgguevr veiptfflfsz "Gen"
W X.Iis5in-sed G.A.A. aiee crub.
ff' l' Savage-s are nice people."
MILDRED SBRAGIA "Mil"
G.A.A. Glee Club.
"Courtesy is her charm."
KENNETH SCHMALZ "Ken"
Student Council, Camera Club,
Silver Streak Staff --Photography.
"Steinmetz needs more men like
,Y X K
CARL scnrvriyty 3 mmf'
Studentiouncil, Si Quad, In-
tramural-, arts, Ei arshal.
"Rates the best."
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VDORQTHT scHM1DT' Ublohdieu
G.A.A. Leaders curb, Hockey,
Guard, Stein-Sten. ' .
"Helped to make thd Prom enjoy-
able." . '
MARIORIE SCHUSTER "Marge"
G.A.A. Student Council, Tennis
Club, Golf Club.
"Her air, her manner, all who
fab N ,wp
E N S PPE heppy"
Alchemstein, .A. T av , Civic
Forum, Airw , hess mkers,
Clean-Up Ca g
"Her good na comme S her."
EILEENE SI-IILLAIRE "I"
G.A.A., Guard, Secretary in Gym
"I am a cheerful lass with a
Our Mary Ch
S t uncil, dent Court,
G.A,A., Gua ea rs, Clean-Up
Campaign, Stein t Club.
" ' as."
BERTl'IA SIMON "Bert"
I5m'ilmielles, Basketball, Drclnint-
ivs, G.A,A. Tennis, lvlotlienmtivs
Club, Life Snvinq, Silver Streak
"Bert works overtinre in do ,
inq ber Steinn iz . i 1
MARIORIF SIMONSLN "IXIuruin"
G,A.A., Trcivel Club.
"All clivine qualities me blended
in li -'f
Intimiiuml Baseball, Iiitixiiiiiirul
"Clever untl mtnricisef
FLLANORE SI'l'KOW'SKl "L"
G.A.A, Hockey, Glow Club, Stein-
"Wnuld like to ninior in hockey."
In rciniur Si nits Gunui
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WAX .itss OBEL' 'mIlfk",
flirt J fi! f
STANLEY SKOB L " oolboyu
Intmniurul us N , Int unium
"SCli mlb Gnd liis wi r I
tlie ll ne' ntl tlm lionor
Stoin-Sten, G.A.A. Glen Club
"A qleeful svCretm'y."
EATRICE SMI 11, "Boi
G.A,A., Tennis Club, Golf Club,
"Another ioy tn tlie Smid tuinilyf
Q Vjlill Zlkgisl
VIOLET SMID 'Vi'
G,A.A. Tennis Club, Gnlt Club.
"Lives up to bei iiuiiivf'
G,A.A.', Gumtl, Tnrvel.
'Believes in all tliinrzs Steininetzf'
ROY SIVIITII "Smitty '
Intromurfxl Baseball, Intramural
Basketball, Airway Club, Chorus,
"The Flying Dutcljnzrjiif' '
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CAROL SONN "Garbo"
Hand Books, Stein-Sten, G.A.A.,
Student Council, Tennis Club, Green
Curtain Ployeis, Lenders Club.
"A distinquislierl pe 'on lityf'
VIRGINIA SORENSEN "Ginny"
G.A.A., Truvel, l3CIIlA.AITl9IlCGI1,
"Entliusi:isni is tlie brecltli fit
LORRAINE SPATH "Lui"
"Lorruine's Countencxiice enliqlitf
ens deep sentiment."
O S "lack"
igma a , Glee Club, Police,
vied to join the Honor
ELEANOR STAHL "El"
Star Staff, G.A.A., Green Curtain
nother st r on tho Star Staff."
IRENE STANKIEWICZ "Renee"
G.A.A., Pen 5- Ledger Club,
"She enjoyed great success in
bookkeeping." . 1
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L ONNE STEIL Bonnie"
G.A.A ader cing, Life
aving, is, B k ball.
"Peti , ut reci s."
RUTH S KE "Ruthie"
Gu Star epr ntative, Office
' c y . , . ennis, Police,
" pf d happiness com-
' e her ."
VlPtGlNlA STEWART "Babe"
Green Curtain Players, Water
Pageant, Guard, G.A.A., Lite Sav-
ing, Clean-up Committee.
"A good disposition takes care of
CO ST C "Torky"
. .A., cing, L ers, Basket-
l, Te , G.A. oard Official,
ymx ce Sec ,'Life Saving.
"Al ny lass she."
X D Al.. "Ted"
I m Sports, Guard.
at in a name?"
TOSEPHINE TENGA I, "Io"
c.A.A., student Council, .SQA-
Sten. ' '
"Allows plenty,of time for iiappy
,thouqFts.k l ', V 'nv I '
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IOHN Tl-IEINER "lack"
Glee ciub, Guard, iqnmfumi
sports. . l 1 f'
"His pen is he tarfgue ai h'
mind." K' ' , L
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A THO FSO "Tweet"
e Art Staff.
" worshipper of art."
LORRAINE THREEDY "Lorry"
G.A.A., Dardanelles, French Club,
German Club, Office Work.
"Serv5e is heqlby-word." , ,
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HELENE THRONSEN "Dietrich"
G.A.A., Stein-Sten, Travel.
"A good stenographer with a
ROBERT TIBBETTS "Bob"
Sigma Ouad, Pre-Medic Club,
Rifle Club, Airway Club, Mixed
"Common Sense is his trade-
ANNE TIVADOR "Fluffy"
HARRY TOBIN "Toby"
Police, Guard, Sigma Ouad, Star
RUTH TONNER "Ruthie"
G.A.A., Chorus, Guard.
"Glad to be among us."
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LA VERNE TREINEIR "Lovie"
G.A.A., Travel, Chess 6. Checkers.
DOROTHY TRUDEAU "Curly"
"Grace Moore inspires , Dorothy."
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HENRYITUMBORELLO "Oh Yeah"
Golf, Operetta, Artfannual.
"Finds his medium in a paint
VEN TUMOSA "Ve"
G.A.A., Tennis, Leaders, Hockey,
Pen 6. Ledger, Basketball.
"All American Athlete."
CHARLOTTE TURNER "Blondie"
Civic Forum, G.A.A., Airway
"Valued by her friends."
MICHAEL TRULLI "Blondie"
Basketball, Boxinq, Police, Guard.
"A mighty fine fellow."
EDGAR ULM "Lum"
Boys' Glee Club, Opera Club, In-
tramural Baseball, Guard, Police.
"Not Abner, but Lum."
ANN R N
G A., Dardane le , tein-Sten,
Li ' q, Treas r Glee Club
fl oard, Tap an ina, Leaders,
la, Cher Blossom.
" e clubs re sure to miss this
s dy s er."
WA KENAAR fmowieu
Intra al sports, Guard, Pan-
America. ,. ,
"Not shy, MVA
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MARGUERITE VANNIER "Peg"
Star Representative, Stein-Sten, G.
A.A., Annual Art Class, Handbook
"A portrait of qracef'
IOSEPH VARGA "Ioe"
Intramural Baseball and Basket-
"Ioe's out to get what he wants."
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FLOREN EVERKLER Tlerr "
G.A.A., Horseshoes, Dardanell s,
Student Council, Band, Guajd,
"She deliqhted in doing her best."
OLGA VICTORIK "Mickey"
Leaders, Star Staff, G.A.A. Treas-
urer, Student Council, Guard, Gym
"One hundred per cent thletwf'
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GUS VIVERITO "Gus"
Opera Club, Glee Club, Chorus.
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RICHARD VON BAMPUS "Dick"
Guard, Rifle Club, Intramural
"A faithful sentinel in our corri-
ELEAN R VOYER "El"
Dard nelles, Pe 6 Led lub,
Lib ' . . ., Stu e
Coun , P ce, Travel b, Le ,
"By her works she i ec ed,"
MICHAELV UNO 10 "Mike"
Intramural sports, guard, Chess S
"En1oy sports most of all."
RHODA WAGAR "Road"
G.A.A., Civic Forum, Guard.
"Her dancing feet entertained us
"lohn always made us feel
ERNEST WALTER "Red"
Fire Deputy, Band, Guard, Chess
"Has politics on his mind."
IULEW Pi , 'P 5' "Sis"
G. ., likide sim Student
o il, S A Sigh
hee ,' c 6 m e l y, companion-
, Rl E "Shir emple"
ing , av Club,
Club, ie! H7
'Shirlegjlle le takes a bow."
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WALTER WEBER "Pm"
Movie Operator, Fire Depuly,
Camera Club, Intramural sports.
"Homework n e v e r fascinated
RUSSELL WEIBLER "Russ"
Sigma Quad, R.O.T.C. Sergeant.
"Has West Point on his mind."
Police, Guard, Opera Club, Safety
Commission, Boys Glee Club, Clean-
"The man of the hour."
LUCILLE WELT "Lou"
Student Council, Star Staff, Air-
way Club, Basketball Team, Hockey
Team, Riding Club.
"Well satisfied with her high
DONALD WENDT "Don"
Police, Guard, Intramural sports.
"Hall trespassers feared him."
MARION WICKERT "Wickie"
Orchestra, Office Work, Glee
Club, Prom Committee, C-.A.A.,
Handbook Staff, School Spirit Pin
Committee, Dardanelles, C i v i c
Forum, Leaders Club,
"An accomplished young lady."
Lois WUQGMAN ' Qvqiqgie'
"Conversation Piece." A V V
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'l'lL1Y WIELAND -.1"'Wee"
ockey, Police, XGugrd, Librarian,
Tap Dancing, Alchemstein Club,
Civic Forum, Water Pageant, Lead-
ers Club, Constitutional committee.
"Hopes to coach a team or twof
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W . ,K rif'-L,v.e..,1,fLN.
Sigma Ouad, Boys' Glee Club,
Travel Club, Chess G Checkers, Stu-
dent Council, lntramural Baseball,
Clean-up Campaign, Airway Club.
"Sigma Ouad is sufficient in it-
BOB WILSON "Willie"
Sigma Ouad, Student Council,
Rifle Club, Airways Club, Chorus,
lntramural Sports, Foolish Follies,
Silver Streak Staff, Pre-Medic Club,
Opera Club, Alchemstein, President
of Senior Class.
"Success comes naturally to Bob
in a variety of ways."
ALFRED WITT "Dutch"
Guard, Airway Club, Basketball,
"Who would want to wrestle
WILLIAM YAKOWCI-IYK "Bill"
Intramural Baseball and Basket-
"One Ot our reasons for liking
against sleep?" basketball",
ANE D ,,W dy,, EVELYN ZAII "EW "
M 1 - A A ard, . ., Red Cr s, Pan-
'F- e c renc. , H. . A eric
WTP' ense ' ' dant pep and vivar:ity."
LAURAWRONKE "Lor" H H
Dardanelles, Pen 6. Ledger Club, ELEANORE ZEPLER El
Library Assistant, G.A.A., Leaders Puqecml Swlmmel' G'-AA" Travel
Club, Travel Omg, ' C1311-
"l5'inds the library best suited tO Tfllfes Clllel Qllolllel Eleanor' A'
her moods." 'br Holm'
gc uf T, yy
EDWARD ZUCKER "Ed"
Travel Club, Airway Club, Chess
G Checker Club.
"Futuristic in his ideas."
JUNE GRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
fl! GEORGE ANDERSON FRANK KOSLOWSKI Q O. V ' l
"fb-A-f FRANK COLETTE
ty- DOROTHY DE COSTER
Y RAYMOND ERICKSON
-Q-1 FRED FISHER
IOE IIOYKA -
CHESTER LINDEOUIST.-k, f,.,..,,L ' Riff '
ALBERT MAIORELLO X f
HOWARD RIEGLER 9
IUNE RITTER -34.-f '
HELEN SOHUCK ,, . .,
HELENE SCINBORSKI 63 ff"W'
WONY SOPKA I
IOSEPI-I STOMPER , H
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What Would Happen lf
Robert Wilson, our illustrious class president, was caught krppmg classes?
Ethel Murray grew several inches?
Ken Schmalz became incompetent?
Walter Abraham wasn't a big brother?
Anthony Canadeo played ping-pong instead of football?
Marjorie Osborn did not write for the Star?
Paul Iorgensen didn't believe in bicycle dates?
Gladys Halvorsen could not write?
Ray Dolaz wasn't such an up-to-date stylist?
Charlotte Turner asked dull questions?
Robert Brown didn't have that cute curly blond hair?
Bertha Simon's brain supply was diminished?
Frank Ianas didn't play basketball?
Virginia Stewart was called by any name but "Babe"?
Frank Ferreri did not capture the diving honors?
Ruby Michaels had no talent for make-up?
Milton Chapman wasn't a platinum blonde?
Winifred Hoppel didn't have that artistic touch?
Florence Anderson lost that devilish look?
Howard Nestman couldn't shake sodas?
Robert Strong wasn't admired by the girls?
Gertrude Siegerdt began cutting up?
Emil Lamos lost his air of authority?
Virginia Branson wasn't ready with her first-aid?
Robert Iaeger was forbidden milk-shakes?
Dorothy Wielcrnd forgot her love of debate?
Guy Bobbora refrained from movie starring?
Harry Rochotte wasn't such a darling Romeo?
William Malmberg was unpopular?
Violet Quam lost her argumentative mood?
Florence Noyce changed her aristocratic personality?
Frank Ladendorf lost his sense of humor?
Harry Christensen could not be trusted with money?
Edward Haerle was not such a swell guy?
El Vera Heyser was not fine and upstanding?
Richard Long wrote poor themes?
Alfred Chiaruttini forgot to blow his whistle?
lane Hooks did not have a wonderful personality?
Russell Weibler acted sensibly?
Myra Kunde was not a sweet young thing?
This true chronicle of one semester's sailing aboard the Good Ship Stein-
metz we do set forth here for the edification and reminiscence of each student,
graduating or otherwise:
September 14, 1936: On this day, the vessel, fully manned, set sail for
another term. Classes were established with little confusion on the part of
Iuniors, Sophomores, and Seniors. The Freshmen, of course, found their first
day aboard rather trying, and some were affected by seasickness for their
former schools. The Seniors went about their duties with mixed joy and appre-
hension, almost dreading the arrival at port on Ianuary 28. All seems well for
another semester of scholarship and activity.
September 17: Classrooms have definitely been settled by this time. Activi-
ties are under way. The G. A. A. today held its first meeting to plan a bigger
and better year than ever before in girls' athletics at Steinmetz, Hiking, ping
pong, horseback-riding, horse shoes, shuffleboard, dancing, and badminton
will be featured under the capable authority of Miss Rolence, sponsor, and
Anne Savini, president. A membership drive is to begin, and points for letters
are already rapidly accruing. On this day, too, the Campus committee began
to labor for a drainage system on the athletic field, as well as a fence and
bleacher stands. lt is hoped that their sailing will be not too rough.
September 24: The first issue of the Steinmetz Star was distributed today. As
in all previous semesters, it contained full news of school activities, as well as
student gossip. The Star, edited by Helen Klement, will this year again prove
of much value in keeping Steinmetz midshipmen informed.
September 26: The gridiron stars of our Steinmetz crew fought Lane this
morning, to a scoreless tie. Peters, Babbora, and Canadeo distinguished them-
selves in the game. Baiorek suffered from a break in his nose, but otherwise
the contest was free from casualties, and proved a thrilling sight to the many
students who turned out, despite the menacing weather.
September 29: Tag Day aboard the Steinmetz! Green and white tags labeled
"3 Cents Gone to Grass" were sold to every member of the crew susceptible
to the entreaties of the Dardanelles and Sigma Quad, under the direction of
Iane Hooks and Don Baumgartner. The Quads proved the better salesmen
and won a wager with the girls' organization which spent a soapy afternoon
at the sink following their joint social. The boys are to be commended for their
skillful maneuvers. On this day, also, a Civic Forum for the discussion of
present-day problems was initiated in the ship's hold. lohn Penaska, Fred
Koehn, Betty Iohannes, and Iune Miller were elected officers. From indica-
tions, this will be a breezy voyage.
October l: The first meeting of the Steinrnetzlstudent council, the governing
body of the crew, was held today, with representatives from the new divisions.
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Officers for the '36-'37 voyage were chosen, and included Don Baumgartner,
President: Iohn Penaska and Ted Luga, Vice-Presidents: Kathleen Breitsprecher,
Secretary: and Betty lohannes, Treasurer. Iudges for the Student Court were
also elected, with Fred Koehn as Chief Iustice. Among the less weighty of the
day's activities was the first horse-back riding session. The afternoon also
marked the initiation meeting of the Green Curtain Players, with President
Hawley in the chair. After the formal admittance of the twenty-one new mem-
bers, ice cream and cookies were served. Several of the dramatic stars enter-
tained the group. They anticipate a great deal of entertainment during the
Steinmetz Presentation Assembly, December 14, l936. Left to right: Mr. E. W. Allen, Mayor Edward I.
Kelly, Mr. O'Hearn, Ted Lugo.
October 3: Another football thriller! Steinmetz defeated Senn High at Loyola
field in an exciting struggle, with a score of 7 to 6. Peters, Canadeo, Rossi,
Abraham, and Solka were outstanding, and, as before, they were staunchly
backed by the remainder of the team. lndications point to an extremely suc-
cessful gridiron season.
October 6: Honor was brought to Steinmetz today in an assembly at which
a flag from the Helmer I. Behrentz Post, a cup won in competition last spring,
and fifteen commissions were presented. lt was an impressive ceremony, and
throughout its duration, the hall was filled with a mysterious fluttering sound,
later identified as the palpitation of several hundred feminine hearts at the
sight of those handsome uniforms. lt is inspiring to note the efficiency of our
October 8: Two activities were underway today: first, the Silver Streak with
a newly-chosen, highly-ambitious staff, bent on surpassing all previous annual
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staffs: and second, the girls' field hockey was established as a school sport.
139 feminine athletes were signed up, and will undergo a medical examination
before being permitted to indulge in this strenuous game. Teams have been
chosen and practice begun. Such ardent sportsmen are an asset to the work-
ing power of any vessel.
October 9: Memorable among the semester's activities was the Activities
assembly, held this afternoon. Eacn school organization was represented in a
three-minute skit, talk, or stunt. In a half-humorous, half-serious vein, it was
extremely successful in its purpose to interest the lower-classmen in school
clubs. A Student Council Committee, headed by leanne Christofferson, and
including Emil Lamos, Fred Koehn, Marge Henning, lean Fahringer, Mildred
Murray, Betty Iohannes, Marjorie Iohannes, and Iune Gillarde, took charge.
Obviously the Steinmetz belief is that extra-curricular activity is an important
part of each student's life.
October 10: Weather conditions were extremely unfavorable today. Never-
theless, the grid team went through the Lake View line with flying colors,
scored with two touchdowns by Solka and Pogose in the first half, to the cheer-
ing of 250 loyal supporters. The game was made especially exciting by the
muddy condition of the field. We hope for continued smooth sailing for our
October 14: An especially terrifying day for forty-five midshipmen was this.
The Sigma Quads gleefully initiated them into their excellent service club. For
forty minutes they underwent all manner of ill treatment and friendly abuse,
then were entertained, as well as refreshed, by their oppressors. However, it
is through such struggles and humiliation that most good things are gained. A
October 17: Today brought another smashing victory for our football team.
They trounced Amundsen soundly with a final score of 13-0. Again, one touch-
down was procured by the lightning-fast, hardhitting Solka, and the other by
that blonde phantom, Baiorek. Our hopes are growing for the northwest section
championship. There's clear weather ahead, and the only visible obstruction
in our sailing seems to be Roosevelt, whom our boys face next Saturday.
October 19: Every group has a few superior workers, and Steinmetz is no
exception. Thus, we have the Honor Society, comprised of the schoollltntelli-
gentsia, which held its first session today. It has twenty-seven members, and
is sponsored by Miss Braddock. Election of officers was held at the afternoon's
session, with the following results: Ray Peters, President: Erwin Bajorek, Vice
President: Anne Savini, Secretary: Harvey Iohnson, Treasurer: Russell Ericson,
Program Chairman: and Genevieve Donahue, Social Chairman. Arrange-
ments were made for monthly talks to be given to the group by certain illustri-
ous speakers. Steinmetz is proud of its Honor Society, since brains as well as
brawn are necessary behind a ship's wheel.
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First l-low: Nibera, Sioaurdt,
tiller, Walters, Anderson, Burke,
rdains, Paul, Larson, Laub, He-
or, l'vnninq0r. Second How: Do-
iz, Dodd, Mittan, Hornsu, Laqieen,
uncle, Lana, Poltroch, Wallace
appv, Shvppol, Hennlna Y'wr1'e1'i.
'hnd Row: l"larnbura, Wetland,
ondvr, Holoubek, Mulhns, Budde,
lalrnbvra, Ladendorl, Wicnccke,
tfwlwr, H1-ysur, Oshtwixiv. Fourth
nw: lluzirka, Talaqa, Riaas,
r-vk-waz, Briqis, Douinland, Plettau,
uuykvns, Barkxnan, Fronnn, Row
'in::. l'itth Row: Hayka, Wilson,
VU-III, Pierson, Doeniland, Linskcy,
aizki-, livkstvin, Cviainvcski, Meyers,
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"Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how l wonder what you are, up above the
world so high" has lost none of its charm for these "air-minded" students!
Oh no, they are not super-sophisticated, just airplane-crazy, and what fun!
Chief Pilot Baske directs the efforts of this Airways group, and proves a real
aid in constructing those marvelous paper clipper ships which sail so merrily
about the study halls.
We Would heartily approve the Airways Club, if it could sponsor a training
course for stewardesses, who according to the movies, are really the most
indispensable, as well as attractive, essentials of air-travel!
No mad chemists with disheveled hair and maniacal laughs are these, no Fu
Manchu characters, whose sole objective is to destroy the very fundamentals
of Cccidental civilization. Instead, the members of the Alchemstein Club are
just another Steinmetz organization of happy-dispositioned girls and boys,
quite like all other students.
There is, however, a slight differentiation between them and us, since they,
intelligent souls, seek to probe the chemical mysteries of the universe, at which
we less scientifically-minded mortals may only guess or marvel. We bear
them no jealousy, and heartily commend and applaud their every effort, even
those which result only in an exploded test-tube.
Fiist Raw: Honnnia, Kappa'
Sheppel, Rathsack, Pravwnzana
Wioland, Nehnizow, Hubert, Naycv
Buick. Second Row: Malaita, Tib
hotts, Weincck, Bakos, Mx. Perri
inan, Pronnn, Henielow, Tischer
Luaa. Third Raw: Wilson, Quan
rice, Sclinwidvi, Owvns, Moll
llricksoxi, Pltztui, Cox. Fourtli Row
Linskny, 'l'h1t-flvn, lldrly, Lawson
Dvttniann, Kiiluismi, llvlflt.
CHESS AND CHFCKERS
First Row: Adams, Paul, Millm,
Geller, Mr, Pflvl, Miclmls, Giurman,
Kasbohm, Leiter, Michvls. Second
Row: Kappc-, Sheppcl, Mcliava-
naqh, Koehn, Lu a a, Wernevk,
Fischer, Hawthorne, Schucher,
Stephens, Third Row: Noll, Web-
er, Kaus, Elk, Oatiank, Gillis,
Heldt, Rosccn, Baumqartcl, Ku-
Chess and Checkers Club
Can that sleeping gentleman be the 4A class president, Ted Luga? ls that
the august Mr. Bradley snoring opposite him across the table? No 'ibut yes!
Each much have been waiting for the other to move. This Chess and Checker
Club seems to be a restful organization, well worth investigating.
But wait! What is happening over there in the corner? Can it be a quarrel?
Such quiet was too good to last. ln fact, we recall now the rumor that Mr.
Ruzickas boxing tournament was inspired by one of these "peaceful" sessions.
Since it is said that both Chess and Checkers require deep concentration,
it is commendable that this organization has been so firmly established at
Following a most diligent research, we close our dictionaries with an im-
mense sigh of relief. That elaborate title means nothing more portentous than
the Camera Club! But why are its members so bent on disguise? Somewhere
there must lie a deep, dark reason!
Nevertheless, this organization has claim to our commendation, if only by
reason of the laughs it has afforded us. For instance, have you seen Ted
Luga's snaps of Don Baumgartner in decolletee pose before the microphone,
and of Bob Hawley gone youthful on a scooter? lf not, rectify so glaring an
omission immediately, by referring to the examples of Cinematograph art
shown among the candid snapshot exhibits on the bulletin board.
first flow: Poltror-k, HC-lim, Pe :if
:.1nr1vr, Lawson, Hoppcl, l,uq.r,
Mivlicals, Wwrnck, Anderson,
iitiiko. Second Row: Kaiser, Bw
viffk, Kozyra, Senieniuk, Trankow-
ski, P1-rsson, Malatia, McCarthy,
Mittan. Third Row: Gifford, Wrr-
"rn:ann, Beran, Rockers, Nr-lsvrz,
'1't1iiiifr'ki, Meyers, Eoiidfr.
xi Ro Romano, lack, Kohn,
yt: lllu Tolwn, Davis, Sobre,
tu c t u tt iiitta, Schmitt, May-
St con ow: Ftyvison, Grilh,
Br ttt liz, Rvtscr, Kurth,
tu in or, Pallvsvn, Mala-
! tlla l'5iittitit'L', NlFGlic0,
mt Ro Kovlpivn, Wollschlat-
a tu I 'l'omtz-r, limit-ldoit,
wtt it Jay McCarthy, Dapa,
ti 1 autmtutit, Dwotxiamn,
uni lotuth Huw: l.twt1::t'io, Hai'
vt it tn, Snyclvi, Miller,
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"When trouble troubles you, sing baby sing!" The chorus, however, does
not need trouble as an incentive to air its vocal talents, its members, are sitting
on top of the world and just have to tell us about it.
'Tis rumored that 'a group of seniors with rare initiative recently began a
petition, asking to be released from singing at commencement exercises. For
a distinct change, the august seniors must be wrong, judging from the large
group in the chorus pictures. They appear to have survived the ordeal and
have come smilin' thru. Given ans-operetta, and an eager audience, there's
no stopping them. ' lf' T"
lust what their next venture may be is not certain, but boys and girls alike,
they comprise an eager, enthusiastic, and progressive body. We should not
be the least bit surprised to see "Carmen" herself on the Steinmetz stage at
some future date. Meanwhile, with every practiced scale goes our prayer,
not for vengeance, but for the continued advancement of our excellent chorus.
To Miss Robertson, its patient and faithful director, We extend our heartiest
Commendation. May we live to see the day when a world of radio fans will
tune off the Fred Waring Glee Club to listen to even finer melody borne over
he qirlanzs, that of Steinmetz chorus.
' Ig Helen Shumicki
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First Row: Michels, Pikus, Chri:
topherson, Tu1nei,H1ckvy, Knudsvn
Christopheiori, Hawley, Glisrnks
Bonder, Dimulio, Stomp. Sccond
Row: lciworski, Slaxuszowslu, Ko
patch, Skiiidzzl, Gvifasci, Z '
ltoluwitnfon, Mtitkivwivz, Wontink
C i it its ut L l Q imciaqlio
Nluscaii, Allvctivtti. Third Row
Longo, Klux, ltviaii, Smith, Gans
tions, Gvlitrrtiatt, Nvlsoii, Noll
Nehmzow, S p Q- tt 1' tt i, Schuclicr
Kiach, Viuno. l'ourth How: Hotwr
Wxiqht, Papiixi, Salvtitoiv, Judd
Vosvcky, Smith, Kttaq, Ilvkliklll, Och
Hubwit. S+-v ind Row: Mi:-twl
Nelinizow, Nnytw, Inlinaznn, lit-ill-N
Andcrson, l,-frtni, Svliiirliwi, Pvt--1
Buiton, Mrnsliall, Gillaidw, Kappt
Mills, Andnifson. Filth Row: St
bastian, Glavv, l'l.1ninc1ai'tiwi', l,r
Each day it becomes more apparent that all questions in this country must
be settled at the bar of public opinion. Since opinions are of no scarcity in
Steinmetz, the organization of a Civic Forum was natural.
, One might conclude that since this is the Steinmetz Civic Forum, and since
such practical as Well as convincing solutions to modern problems are
advanced by the Forumites, universal perfection would immediately result.
Unfortunately, this is not true, because the shot intended to settle all world
issues usually lands under the funnybone or some other equally unsym-
pathetic place. Still, enthusiasm is a great hill-climber, and the lofty aspira-
tions of the Forum are not beyond reach.
The Clean-Up Campaign
This group contains some of the hardest working students at Steinmetz. Of
course, our students need no especial reminder to keep the school immacu-
late, but this ambitious clean-up group does not confine its labors to our school
alone. Under the leadership of lohn Penaska, their president, the campaigners
visit the elementary schools in the district, and extend the "Keep Steinmetz
Beautiful" doctrine to the youngsters there.
Steinmetz is proud of its Clean-Up workers, and seeks to cooperate with
them in every way. Perhaps it isn't exactly cooperation: probably the girls
have been gazing at Secretary Florence Anderson's trim figure and have
learned that bending helps remove avoirdupoisp probably, the boys, too, have
watched the football players warming up, and have discovered that bending
down is an essential part of the technique. Who knows?
liiszi Raw: Roulil, Wirzkcit,
jlwiiinirlt, lriwtnslci, l.nncq, Pwnaskri,
I.xvk::nn, Ancturzson, Vtfieland, Sie-
fwirtt, Hanson, Baillie. Second
ltww: lnclwzirltwif, Sebastian, Hen-
itwxiiaii, Olson, l'wtvrs,, lolinannesf
fl-iydmi, Fliiiistiwtlwirziiti, Gxoss Ruin
nwlhott, Strong, Wionecke, Grimm.
'l'liirrl Row: Sebastian, Sclirorn,
N-iliimnuw, Nvnis, Malinbvrq, Potcr-
gsm, Ltinttws, Maltitni, Bauniqartnci,
ter, Staniszvwski, liiw.11::lci, Millvi
loltannvs, llniimskii, Mr. Bioinstni
Bailey, lvws, ltiiqiwlsski, Kulilrkt
Olson, Hwinwrnan, livin, Slivppw
Sl'ClIlKlZl, Lovwvn. Tlincl How: ln
dcndort, Wick-fit, Davis, Nuinnivl
liotf, Iolirniriwsz, Wim'-lmiriml, lluilvy
Geller, Munin,Dittinvr. Fniiitli ltnw
Neliinzow, l.onri, Hants, Hwnnlliii
Docniland, ltowniland, Cliiistottf-1
sen, Noll, Kaus, Slnnnxcki, Tlionia.
inns, Kaiser, Malnibviq, O'llwin
lrrrzl Row: lvrwz, I.rr1rr'l::kr
lirrrl y ll r
1-y, lirlrtrrrr, l
lurid How: lirrrvk
- , rw rolirrrm
rw, liurqwlmrr, Ur-
'l'lrrrd How: Tlrrvv-
arr. llwrrrtlr Row:
This group contains some of the more ambitious salesladies of Steinmetz.
If the cause for their many sales was any less important than raising money L-
for our beloved school, their efforts might be resented, but when a charming -
miss with a tantalizing smile bids you purchase a pin, a tagfanything to
further the school fund-how can you refuse?
Although they undergo much competition from the Sigma Quad, the Dar- .
danelles still manage to hold their own under the le of the efficient
Gladys Bailey, and have maintained unvarying sr, in every project D,
they have undertaken. Their latest, we unders' rs unsel '
room. Is that to place erring students literally
Howbeit, We are sure that the
Sophomore aspiration. Even Freshmen
evening, poring over difficult texts,
ments. As for the upper-classmen, we
the girl who joined! She Will say, with
is play, and oh, such fun!"
be found up of an
"lt is Work, it
ln behalf of feminine inmetz, ask any boys' organization
, ardw, tTaltm1rr'orn-
Zrrrrorr. Second Flow: Vifaslwerq
brrrvrz, Kulrlrrrarr, Clrrrstoitr-rswrr
uni, Gross, Harris, Dvtrcorr, Mil
l0r', 'l'crrrrrwr', Mrlrawslkr, Okfrrrrotru
C trims, 'l'lrrrd Row: Hwrrclvr, Gun
wr, Motyka, Hill, Vtlwrrrril, Prrl-wit
lolrrrsorr, Brrkrrtrfzv, Kirkpatrick
snwdotto, Aslrloy, Snow, Vrmrklm
awdcn. Fourth How: Kffllr-rgmfilrl
son, Hoqowskr, Clrrrastuiiwrsorr, Koi
bus, Clrrrstorrsorr, Skrrrdyl, Svlrrrrrdi
Max, Srlrrorrr, Swarrsturr, Hodqwrs
Frith Row: Lyrrcflr, Wt'::rrrrr, l'rv::twr
Moisrrer, Andorsorr, lit-ulrl, llrrrrmrr
lor, Ofrs, Prkus, Storrw, Brrrtkr-, Gal
First Row: lbilitvsc, Dt" l.ant's
Leiter, Givxintm, fivrimirittri, Avv
itfitt, Rotidtibussli, Nt-wlckt, Vuiqli
Knvp, Hui lv y,
The Costume Club
Every girl loves pretty clothes, and dreams of possessing some day a wrap
by Molyneux, or perhaps a gown by Adrian. At any rate, a young lady's
ambition is to be sleek, trim, and above all, stylish. Therefore, a market is
opened for fashion designers, a field with plenty of opportunities for advance-
At Steinmetz, then, to give future style creators, or at least artists a begin-
ning, the Costume Club has been originated. The members not only gain
experience in skill, but learn to flatter the figure by such simple devices as
vertical lines for the pleasingly plump, and broken skirt lines for the extremely
All in all, this is a very interesting organization. Perhaps when we are very
wealthy, and these costume designers are just a little wealthier, we will be
able to get a discount on these exclusive styles. Who knows?
Bells soundy pandemonium reigns. It is a fire-drill. Fortunate students called
away from an examination lose little time in exchanging answers, while others
leaving such an interesting class as public speaking, find no reason for stop-
ping their flow of eloquence.
But these semblances of disorder are soon checked by the Fire Marshals.
With stern glances and words of rebuke, they chasten the offenders, straighten
the lines, and keep every exit open and clear. ln the possible event of catas-
.trophe, we are confident in their ability to direct the students' exit without
May their service to Steinmetz be long remembered! Florence Anderson
First Row: lfvett, Stafford, Nest-
::,an, Dobhmtin, Choltz, lacksoii,
Rnrlmtte, Ioiqvusen, Iaeqer, Miller,
Bwnrivr, Mueller. Second Row: Sm-
tal, Nrrms, Casey, Reiser, Cmbs,
fTc1ntt1vc'i, lorqonsc-ri, Pfxlloson, Ma'
latter, Harvey, C, Schmidt, l,
Iivtintidt. Third Row: Dittmetr, Stertk,
Mtrlinlura, Kaiser, Holdt, Arnold,
Ckllv it, Strong, Miller, KlII10lf'li,
Mt tiztmk. Fourth Row: Klxlllil,
hw' l.1i, Alutllttiln, l.ai1xo:1, Svliwtriin,
l rtgky, Vfvrltvi.
Gross, l,a1nvnia, Winston, Itwliannw:
Michels, Clixistviiiznri, Knnptlm, An
flO!SOI'l, Arliat'at1::kti::, Clirirztlcriifwri
Second Row: Miss: Gaim, Olsson
Loik, Clirlstriptiriixrwii, 'l'l1ixtl How
Button, MvHuf1t1, Opfzatit, Divtil
t-i, Ktirnutli, Wioiivvkv, Gionni
mayor, Addantv, Grulioi, Second
lxwllvr, Htmazt-, ltitmit, Alund, Ka-
Illllllillt, htit'k1'l::mi, l'lotktuw::k1, f.cl-
wridzi, 'l'lil1tt ltow. Ntliialc, ljlntis,
ltinlil, Hllllilqllltll, Rtvazsiiwi, Gllnktr.
lltwkiiiqt-i', lolk, I'-tisku, Wajtka.
loulitli Row: Wtillnoi, Di Gmlio
Mvlltwiitiltt, lfilinltlt, liitittuiilnivk, N
Ili-It, llwiiim-xi, l5oliliwl't1ri, lxoulimttv.
IMHYS GLIIII CLUB
l'1l::t llow: Kumro, Ptivoiio, Ptuit-
ltiltold, Tlionipazon, ltutflilioltz, Hvk-
ow: 'l'iiuntol, Spiiakowizki, KIKUICI,
Boys' Glee Club
"Who, oh who was Caruso?" ask our Steinmetz belles, after hearing this
group in action. The answer is that he WAS a great singer, while our boys
ARE excellent note-wrestlers. Like Caruso, however, they never give up until
they have completely mastered every composition placed before them.
We have heard of Frank Parker, and have done our bit of star-worshipping
at the feet of Nelson Eddy, but have given it up. After all, with such excellence
close at hand, why go afield? Whenever we are permitted, we give our hearts
and souls to the Boys' Glee Club in their songs. Our enthusiasm in hearing
them croon is only surpassed by our applause when they have finished.
Girls' Glee Club
Lest you have been deceived, those lilting "mi, mi, mis" sometimes heard
from the music room are not evidence of egotism, but merely the Girls Glee
Club preparing for action. Following these preliminary throat-clearings, you
will find yourself deluged in their floods of melody. In fact, unless you have
learned to swim through a sea of notes, there is danger of drowning in their
Seriously, we see real value in this Glee Club for girls. The vocal training
they receive will undoubtedly prove of great use in making them the Grace
Moores and Ina Ray Huttons of tomorrow. lf this prediction is not fulfilled in
every instance, the fact that good music has charms to soothe all mankind
will be remembered by every one of them.
GIRLS Gl.lIlI CLUB
First Raw: Ktxsrnaik, BLIHQP,
Aclarins, Anderson, Sinitli, Mtillxiiu,
Urban, loliarxsun, Sttiplif-tis, llwn
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mst , vi Ctiynu. flww i Rtw'
Wllkw, Mkillti, Addins, Sliwiwoofi,
iiisk-x Rnlilit-wk, Groom, larasoix,
lbw, Kling, Nov.ik, Oslo, 'l'otli,
Lund. lliiiti flow: Hoimrixo, Han'
son, ll-ini, Soivni, Ltiritidmu, Run-
wall, Coiittviti, Hanswri, lltinzst-ri,
Tripp, Tlpits, Gt-ilivlitii, lltllllllt
Row: Aiidorsoii, flnqlund, llliardt,
Stormy Wli-irlvii, l,1nl-it-nlit-ld, Baum
viartwl, Fnisi-vii, Miimit-wi, Vvtillacn-,
v , lfiicksoii, Dorm
V sinson, Bailey, M1
S 1 ind Row: Ramnlow, Cox,
ic rom, Giiirn, Scliii
fi Miller, Sfuiiiiioilelcl,
111 rw: Heiiiims, Lana,
isafk, V171-11::c'l1, l.t1f1fi.
The Green Curtain Players
"Where were you on the nights oi Ianuary 14 and 15'?" should not be a
difficult question for any Steinmetz student to answer, tor on these memorable
evenings the year's play, "The Patsy," was presented by the Green Curtain
Players. They were memorable performances. Bob Hawley as Pa Harrington
convulsed the audience with laughter, Adele Pikus won unanimous dislike
in the role ot Grace Harrington, and El Vera Heyser, as Ma, proved the
"weepingest" woman ever seen on our stage.
Although the annual play is the most important undertaking of the Green
Curtain Players, it certainly is not their only activity. Whenever called upon,
this group under the direction of Miss Boller, is prepared to stage fine enter-
tainment for assemblies, parties, and radio broadcasts.
The National Honor Society
Graduation nightff'-sober countenancesathe swish of full gowns. Inter-
mingled with the haze of grey, note the occasional green tassels, which sig-
nify that their proud wearers are members of the most estimable organization
The National Honor Society.
Only a small percentage of the senior class is invited to join this societyy
consequently the "ultra-ultra" ot the group is obtained. "Brawn sans brain"
is obviously not a prevalent condition at Steinmetz, since many of our athletic
stars are among its most prominent members: viz., its President, Ray Peters.
The National Honor Society has tour requirements for membershipfScholar'
ship, Service, Leadership, and Culture. From this list it may readily be seen
that members must oi necessity be "the cream oi the Steinmetz crop."
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Piist How: lllklifi, Stimii, Hupp
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Heyser. Second Hi iw:
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list Row Diltflicliele, lasell,
Maioiullo lista, Miss Zainpardi,
Galli Mancuso DiGuilio, Carollo,
Roliano Navigato, Romano. Sec-
ond Row loitino, Luccliesi, Scar-
dina Ilicr qpma, Furlan, Romano,
Pl'uill1Ill Covone, Angelina, Mes!
sina lvilacqun, Ciriefio. Third
How Oliveira qcardina, Salvo, De
llllll Lanionia Allearetti, Fortino,
I Emi qtabilt Mulea, Palmer,
Hanan lo louiti Row: Diinitico,
n inc liioln Diqiallo, Tomaso,
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ltalian Club 'fjf ' '
Perhaps the popularity of this club is due to an overwhelming desire to
understand Mussolini in the newsreels, or perhaps it is just the call of ltaly's
romantic language and her dark-eyed tenors. Whatever the reason, it is with
utmost satisfaction and pleasure that we accept the organization into our
League of Language Clubs.
We are immensely gratified by the success and progress of this club, but
cannot refrain from inquiring if, besides mastery of speech, practical courses
in consuming spaghetti and macaroni gracefully are included among its
activities. lf so, we will wager that there will be an amazing increase in its
enrollment next semester, and a tremendous rise in spaghetti sales in the
lunchfoom' Mildred Thomas
Few win their greatest fame in that to which they give the most time lhome-
work for instancel. Pastime or leisure time interests bring glory to most
Thus we have our celebrated Opera Club, which proves a truly interesting
and satisfying means of diversion, and which has won through the presenta'
tion of the unforgettable Lelawala, all due recognition from Steinmetz.
lt may not be said, however, that distinction and bouquet-gathering are the
sole aims and desires of the organization. A thousand times nol Rather it is
an unadulterated admiration for musical dramatics,, and a desire to procure
a fuller appreciation of the world's best music. ludging from results, we would
say that they are successfully accomplishing this notable objective.
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Fnaelsnian, Rutzon Stanko Gol
kants, Sorenson, fedex Gerliclici
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Houlbeia, Triolo, Swain Le Qtarq
iolinson, Pl-luis, lkllr or
Dunn, Kasbolirn. Third Haw Hogan
ljotwisori, Andrisrni Han
son, Hoppol, T-'nn 1 Ci i 1
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Rowi Fiornni, Hair r Bn p
Paulsen, Slim, it Swilcz
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f-is, lllrn, Keaq, Donifnz il
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Pen and Ledger Club
Some day when we are all executives, and scrutinize our account books to
see whether or not we wear that overcoat for the sixth winter, we are going to
hope for an unexpected visit of a member of the Steinmetz Pen and Ledger
Club to help us. After all, we may be able to add a column of figures as well
as anyone else, but when we must debit our creditors, prepare trial balances,
and decipher the checking account, our towel goes into the ring with an
SOS. embroidered on it.
Miss Fitzpatrick, sponsor of the bookkeeping group, realizes the increasing
need for accountants in the business world, and is training student-members
to fulfill every requirement to meet this demand.
Everyone ought to join the Polish Club, if only to learn the pronunciation
of such consonant-groups as "swzck," "kzwrt," and the like. After all, in a
country where Polish names are so prevalent, it is only fair to their owners
and us that we learn to address them correctly. To simplify matters, of course,
these names might be changed to "Smith," or "Brown," mainly for the con-
venience of the long-suffering compilers of telephone books.
Even this, however, would not lessen the purpose of the Polish Club in the
eye of its members. While they are American citizens of the best type, there is
in their hearts, has is the case of everyone, no 1natter what his descent, a
tender spot for the land of their origin, and a deep interest in its language,
people, and customs. For this, and the Club as a means of its fulfillment, we
hold the utmost respect, and wish them unlimited success,
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Frist Row: Statford, Snntal, Nest-
nian, Glienke, lackson, Abraham,
Rorliottv, Cliiaruttinr, Krisclikc,
Norris, Anderson. Second Row:
Dittinor, Peters, Wiclland, MCKJVL1-
naqh, Hall Coll:-si, Weber, Bottig-
livli, 'llllI'I'iCIi, Osborne, Quant, Pe-
nnska. Third Row: Tobin, Gilbert,
Ulm, Inn-qery Schwartz, Santucci,
l.uqrr, Kvllin, Scliworin. Fourth
Huw: Malinlwrq, Dobbortin, Laniws,
Cflimtz, lvlaltitia, Kowhn.
Police and HglllG -2 ' 'K'
The G-Men of Steinmetz, the Sherlock olmes' of America, are these gum-
shoed representatives of school law. Beware, ye who stride jauntily through
the halls of your Alma Materg take care that you possess a slip marked
"Passl" Tremble, it that magic message is not affixed with faculty signature.
In less dramatic terms, we candidly admit our love of law and its enforce-
ment. Still, we do frown when our best friends accost us in all stern righteous-
ness and with unquestionable authority. Why not eliminate this by initiating
a masked hall guard and police force?
Not easily pleased are the members of the Radio Club. After listening with
contempt to such amateur projects as N.B.C. or C.B.S. for the past decade,
their ambition now is to have a station ot their own at Steinmetz.
The purpose of these students is to create a station which does not follow
a news-flash with a shortening advertisement, or spend half the hours favorite
program in advocating the use of a certain brand of toothpaste.
It seems to us an excellent idea, at least, in theoryg although we should
hate to have some of our classwork broadcast. Still, it might spur us on to
bigger and better efforts.
First How: Tvriaerstroin, Lnga,
Mr. Ptiel, Sloan, Werncck. Second
Row: Domtnq, Onandec, Tliielan,
l imiiict, lkisltl, llftll,
l I l ll 1 'N
ltii nt Vi ' iiiviwwiii lmvui, G
tt t tt 1 thmix lttilwitzsvi.. 1
'lu l li ttlrxmlkz, f.um1I, llti .
The primary aim of the Red Cross is to aid the unfortunates of the world.
ln fulfilling this humanitarian purpose, it sends baskets to the poor on Thanks-
giving and Christmas, books to the invalids, and warm clothes to children
who would otherwise find it impossible to attend school.
Other endeavors include the promotion of World peace among nations and
the prevention of accidents on the street and in the home.
The Red Cross is a nation-wide organization, and the Steinmetz club is a
lunior branch of its make-up. Guided by the enthusiasm of Miss Papenbrook,
our lunior group seeks to fulfill every duty thoroughly and cheerfully, finding
inestimable joy which more than repays all of its labor.
A popular and important branch of the R.O.T.C. is the Rifle Team, comprised
of the best marksmen in the regular unit. This squad has the use of the most
modern and up-to-date rifle range in the city, and, although in existence only
two years, is regarded a formidable opponent in matches. The team rated
fifth place in rifle competition with other Chicago high schools recently.
Such success, h wever, does not satisfy these energetic young men, and
they practice ' ' ently and often. Sergeant Christoffersen is their untiring aid
and critic, t W om may be attributed their justified expectations for even
better result ' he future.
HKD L U
First Row: Pislui lxxut Mu
ka, Hartwia, lflitiii oi 1
Papcnbiook, Dnuqlm ity li: x 1
Millvr, Paul, Swititv lx nd it w
Kcim, Ariclvismi, lt vil it gui ll im
wlton, Strwnv, ltiku W1
Arideiismi, Ntfl-lwici tliult ll mu
nun, Swidock. 'lliiul l W W
art, Rmivcs, Sziztini film ll lt i
Burton, Hurt-ty, C xitmtt l uittt
Row: Alund, H14 5
Plltiqlwil, Niluwm, 4
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Bartel, Stub, Mind, li lxyt
Benq, l.ibc' ', it x vw
R. C. T. C.
Although Steinmetz does not have the largest ROTC. in the city, it cer-
tainly has one of the best. The old adage "Quality but not quantity" proves
very applicable, for while it has only one hundred sixty members, our R.O.T.C.
has been complimented by numerous inspecting officers, and is considered
an exemplary unit. The Non-Commissioned Officers' Riding Club is only one
of the branches developed here that has been widely adopted elsewhere.
Among the other accomplishments of the unit is the capture of fifth place in
squad competition, and second in the annual inspection of new schools.
In the words of Sergeant Christoffersen, "the boys are a progressive unit,
cl ' t k 'th." , ,
Cm G JOY O Wm W1 Erwin Baiorek
Student Safety Commission
The Steinmetz Student Safety Commission, organized in September, 1935,
under Bruce Helwig, was formed in collaboration with Mayor Kelly's "Keep
Chicago Safe" committee. Our school was selected as one of the first six to
experiment with the Safety Education program.
A program of safety education and prevention has been followed, with the
aid of the State Highway Division, The Chicago Motor Club, and the National
Safety Council, of which Steinmetz is an active member.
Safety pamphlets have been distributed, Safety movies have been projected
on our screen, all automobiles driven to school have been registered, in short
Walter Dittmer, Robert Malcy, and Richard Guetzow have made Steinmetz
ANU Um SAFEL
Richard Gu:-ftzow R b t
Mr. Nalccz, Walter Dittmr-I, Par k
Rawlinas and Clifford Moll.
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The Sigma Quad is the leading boys' service organization at Steinmetz.
There are just two qualifications for entrance, first, one must have a scholastic
average of "G" or over, and second, one must profess himself the swor11
enemy of the rival girls' club, the Dardanelles.
Qne of the most interesting activities of the Sigma Quad is its "Foolish
Follies" which is presented annually. Will you ever forget this year's pro-
duction and the insane antics of Herman Schwartz, Don Baumgartner, and the
two Teds, Luga and Loewen? Probably the best part of it all was the fact
that the proceeds went to charity.
Besides this benevolent activity, the Sigma Quads carry on many other
enjoyable duties such as raiding the Dardanelles' stock of refreshments and
supervising all ticket sales. Through these endeavors and, of course, their
attractive membership pins, the Sigma Quads do succeed in auieting the
charming wrath of the girls of the Dardanelles. Qne might think that these
competitive clubs are constantly arguing, but the truth of the matter is that
they mingle quite well socially. Qnly when they are associated in "business
deals," do they abolish all peace treaties.
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t'vc'o11d Row: Kubica, Bolqstroni,
Vanniur, ltalvoismi, Geller, Viltwr,
llunnina, Kaus, Kostia, Reeves,
Swim, Wlvlanft, llultvr, Third Row:
lbitli, ltaiuxwk, Nowak.
Sll.VlfR STIIAK STAFF
l'n::t Row: Drozd, Miller, Thorn-
Nolnnzow, Aridvis-in, Stiunncki,
Clnistoftorscn, Opsalil, Heyscr.
falvlotny, Noycc, Christensen, Linsv
Tl-lE SILVER STREAK
What a hubbub greets the amazed glance into room 2213! Papers are every-
where, students whisper, talk, or scream excitedly, according to temperament
and staff position: a telephone pleads to be heard. ln the midst of the din
stand two familiar figures: Mr. Gifford, surveying the scene with his usual
stoic calm and Miss Weber, earnestly explaining the intricaciesvof activity
write-ups to an inattentive literary staff.
lt is astounding that a book so decorous as our Silver Streak should be pro-
duced in such an inferno, but not unnatural, since upon closer inspection it
may be seen that even the noisiest tnot to mention the business managerl is
but giving or protesting orders. Even the literary aspirants show some scant
interest, and everyone seems preoccupied except one girl, who sits authorita-
tively at a desk, alternately sighing and yawning. They call her the editor-
SILVER STREAK ART STAFF
Nothing we could say would be better commendation for the superlative
Work of the Art staff than the illustrations in this book. To our mind, no one,
Van Gogh, Picasso, or Harold L. Smith, could have surpassed these drawings.
Sailors and ships do not comprise the full scope of these artists' ability, as
anyone who has seen lean Opsahl's fashion drawings will agree. Their
talent is unquestioned, and, since it is so wonderful and rare a gift, should not
be restained. May they make the most of it, and bring added beauty to the
world, as well as glory to themselves through its constant exercise.
SILVER STREAK ART CLASS
First Row: Christiansen, Kinip
flxn, Motyka, Roudebush, Michels
Opsalil, Quant, Vannier, Halvorscn
De Lance. Second Row: Kelly
Long, lacobson, Hanasetli, lohnson
Brink, Blaul, Thompsein, Tobin.
First Row: Tiifsvic, Nnfkwll, Wal-
ter, Loo, Kvcrlvoq, Klwnwnt, Rini,
Victoxson, Nibmq, Code-rl-wif. Swv-
ond Row: Mullins, Ruaqlo, Kelly,
Parry, Pillsbury, Darkun, llanswu,
Christiansen, Grimm. Third linw:
De Boer, Deacon, Osborn Moon,
Ah, the fragrance of fresh printer's ink! No poet could describe our bliss as
we snuggle-figuratively speakingwbehind our current issue of the Star.
Friends and enemies alike are ignored as we munch our sandwiches in its
friendly concealment: ignored, that is, unless their names appear in the col-
umns before us. In such event, our aloofness is transformed to the keenest
interest, especially if such mention be a juicy news bit by Snoopy Sue.
Recently, the Steinmetz Star topped all our enterprising activities by editing
a full page in the Chicago Evening American, one of the finest newspaper
pages we can recall ever readin . Such quality is typical of the STAR STAFF.
Best wishes for continued succ ss.
The Spirit of Steinmetz dema best, then behold, most honored spirit,
the Stein Sten, that group of b y youn women who have memorized the
entire formula of success. These ambiti s ouls have also learned to chew
their gum silently, wear their p ci sh onable angles, and say "The
boss is out," with proper emphas to v 'ou types of individuals, as well as
to write perfect letters. Their identxi none other than Mildred Thomas,
a living example of "how to ple yoku player."
From the foregoing, the attract eness e Stein-Sten club tpresident and
members, tool may be readily se , any me you care to call. Three cheers,
a table, and a typewriter for he tein- I
First Huw: Hailey, Burton, UI-
lwau, Bwvivk, l.m::on, M1ssVauqhr1,
Mrs. Pwavli, Tltornfls, lohnson,
Kfwlilmy Hulloy, Vtmmvi. Second
llfmw: Kmpp, L1bwi'y, Antellme,
lirldridaw, Shmidt, Renwall, Gil-
rwmr, lrrumriitr, lwlmrsmx, Halver-
fwn, Ilviqatiist, Coyrui, Sitkowslci,
lv-ts, lnfun-lslci. Third HOW1 Kropp,
Stuili, Gilald, Sieqeidt, Ozoq, Mey-
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lwilm, llwldt, lfwnld, Hess, Hurtor.
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ly.t1q::wn. Pierson, Wormerholm,
Ht-mn, Sliuinicki, Kostia, Endlei,
'l'ttrxr1tr, 'l'lmm::eri, Sruaui. Fifth
l-ltwf Kaus, Iohhson, Nelson, R0-
:wl rx, l'Junf':rn, Kano, Savage,
ltwwliliiifil, Stubitz, Beerxinq.
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Each semester, Steinmetz students become more activity-conscious, and seek
to enter a greater number of organizations. One group to which every girl and
'N 1 boy aspires is the Student Council, the student governing body. However,
K 1' since only a few representatives may be elected from each division, entrance
rf X11 becomes difficult, and, therefore, a great honor when obtained.
JH . A Experience gained in the Council is of real value. Committees chosen by
I ,-I fqthe President, Don Baumgartner, learn to cope with people of importance, to
1 ' U' shoulder responsibility, and most important of all, to cooperate with fellow-
C Jfyf students. Florence Anderson
When the first sonorous "Oyezl" fstrangely like Oh yeahsll rolls forth from
Bailiff Herman Schwartz, a death-like silence prevails throughout the Student
Court room. As the august judges
not to say self-conscious, a ghostly
file solemnly in, stern and self-righteous,
rattle is hecxrd. However, upon investigaf
unearthly than the knocking knees and
The first case is called. Chief Iustice Koehn listens impassively as Prose-
cuting and Defense Attorneys Lamos and Loewen battle viciously over the
innocence or guilt of the trembling defendant: then, when they sink, exhausted,
into their places, he retires with the other judges to reach a verdict. Tension
grows. At last they re-enter and the decision is read: "GuiltyffTwo weeks
eleventh period study." 3B Iustice Betty Bartke smiles complacently at the
thought that once more justice has triumphed. Confidentially, it was she who
held out for the second week. Ieanne Christoffersen
tion it proves to be nothing more
chattering teeth of rapidly repenting
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First Row: Free-se, Persson, Walt
Fair, Walsh, Rudy, Blasynski, To
loczko. Second Row: Esposito
Bovin, Sorenson, Parollo, Rainxon
di, Nocch1,Taylor, Ruzicka, Liberty
Szirey. Thtrd Row: lanke, Andwr
son, Borup, Conxpull, Pantelis.
No school is complete without a symphony orchestra, and Steinmetz is no
breaker of tradition. Consequently, we have gained all the makings of the
model symphony group, and have acquired an excellent instructor in Mr.
Groom, a recent arrival.
One of the outstanding things for which we remember the symphony orches-
tra each semester is its rendition of the "March of the Priests" from "Athalia,"
at the commencement exercises.
ln all sincerity, we do appreciate our orchestra, even though we can't dance
to its music, and hope it may continue to play long after we have left
the portals ot this our Alma Mater. Florence Anderson
G. A. A.
No, it's not another ot the Presidents New Deal measures. It's the Girls'
Athletic Association which so earnestly strives to promote leadership and
health, as well as good times, among the girls at Steinmetz. iBy the way, has
Sergeant Christotfersen replaced the buttons he lost during the recent G.A.A.
Some of the more prim and decorous ot Steinmetz young ladies pronounce
themselves averse to athletics tor girls, because they deem bulging muscles
are not a part ot feminine charms. However, the mem e ip rolls of the
G.A.A. at Steinmetz deny this accus tion and list with de the most popular
and prettiest girls at Steinmetz:4A3ine Savini, theVf..ee sisters, and Violet
Kaulinas are but a few examples 1 A -
Seriously, we t" ' " A ' ' X
can't be wrong.
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First Row: Rutzen, Baldridae,
Sliumicki, Savini, Stoftel, Victorik,
Lee. Second Row: Mack, Berger,
Viuno, Fishr-r, Bennett, Richards,
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GIRLS RIDING CLUB
"Oh, we love to ride the horses on the inerryego-round, around and around
on the merry-go-round," but these young eauestriennes preter the real thing.
"lust give them a horse, a great big horse, and you can leave out the buckaroo,
and they'll go 'Wahoo' everytime." ln tact, their love ot riding knows no
boundsy they are always at it. incidentally, ot course, those ietching iodhpurs
do much tor even the average tigure.
At any rate, whenever weather permits, the Biding Club can be tound can-
Iering merrily along with Miss Bolence on the beautitul trails along the Des
Plaines. Ah, it is truly a great liie. In tact, the automobile seems quite an
unnecessary invention sometimes. Still, a car has its good points, too. One
can enjoy a meal comfortably aiter an automobile ride.
LETTERIVIAN IS CLUB
One of the most exclusive organizations in the school is the Letterman's Club,
open only to proud male athletes displaying the Green and Silver "S" letters
upon their school sweaters. "S" proves a source ot inspiration and high ambie
tion to countless Freshmen and Sophomores, and olters unlimited enjoyment
and fun tor its members.
Because of the large number ot young ladies who are seen wearing school
letters, one would believe the Letterman's Club was comprised chietly oi the
feminine sex. Ouite on the contrary, there is not a girl in the club. However,
an amendment in the club's constitution to toster this teminine interest would
receive hearty approval.
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wvki, lilliiv, Botiliottv, Sclllirflmlri
Solka, Canadoo, Svliwass, Hop
burn, Iaegffiy Furwii. St-cond Row
Pontarolli, Batorvk, lloitli, Harvey
Penaska, Adamok, Ijarmcck, Koo
mfr, Powroznik, S.mtt1Il1L'c'1, Dt
lvI1uIivlt'. 'l'l11rd Hwvv: Nvlxrrmvw
O'Brien, Rnclnik, Kohl, lahnson
Abraham, Kaiser, Mtilrinlwrixq, llaw
Iey, Peters. l'aiutIi Row: Wilinski
Sommorfeld, Choitz, Knop, Arnold
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First Row: Sitkowski, Blus, Kiikl
patrick, Biicknian, Skindze, Lee,
Verkler, Nehmzow, Murcek, Cieka-
noski, Romano, Gotaas. Second
Row: Baldridae, Adams, Larsen,
Mittan, Kopach, Lumosa, Wieland,
Mack, Peters, Kachula, Paul, Kos-
tia. Third Row: Donahue, Chris-
tensen, Fiedler, Haug, Notter, Za'
A flash in the bulletin, a crowd in the Girls' Gym, the outcome: a new activ-
ity, Field Hockey. Enough girls were chosen for two teams and hockey sticks
were distributed. Amidst general shin-banging and excitement, this new sport
was established at Steinmetz.
The results of the first season were encouraging. In the exciting semester
championship games, Captain Skindle's team twice defeated that of Captain
Greismen. The smiling victors were awarded medals and the promise of
participating in the future city meets.
Only the best athletes of Steinmetz respond to the roll-call of the Leaders'
Club. These exceedingly proficient girls become well-versed in both leader-
ship and sportsmanship. Acting as referees during gym classes and after
school, they represent the ultimate in youth, health, and happiness.
This group, capably sponsored by Miss Rolence, is open to third and fourth
year girls with a gym average of "E" or better. A number of well-known
members could be named, but as an example, may we present Anne Savini,
best athlete of the 4A class? To those who know or have seen Anne, no more
need be said.
First Row: De Michele, Reeves,
Larson, Markus, Kuhlman, Fisher,
Simon, Urban, Marchuk, Schuess-
lor. Second Row: Nehmzow, Buick,
Moeller, Duym, Otto, Tumosa, Hare
ris Hansen, Z1erer,Victorik, Rutzen.
Third Row: Stoffel, Savini, Iohn-
ston, Wronke. Lee.
First Row: Kedqe, Dalof, Carlson,
Borgstrom, Rutzen, Kostia, Kraqbel
-lartman. Second Row: Geier, Mi-
ack, Berg, Rodgers. Sayers, En
Of course, there's nothing that appeals quite so much to the girls as a stal-
wart, bronzed, egotistical life-guard at the beach. They group around him in
open admiration, or, if more modest, worship from a distance, Summer time
becomes the most pleasant season of the year, since every girl knows there's
nothing like adoring one of these demigods to make the time pass pleasantly
Such admiration has naturally resulted in our girls' lifesaving instruction
classes. Here the girls learn to be as lithe and twice as graceful as any male.
Later, they receive "LifeSaving" badges to wear upon their suits.
Now, when a young man takes his girl-friend to the beach, he finds he is
not only distracted by her Worshipful glances in the direction of the life-guard,
but is also definitely annoyed by the super-seaman's unabashed smiles of
admiration for his Olympic maid.
They're "in a dancing mood," these sprightly young tap stars, so nimbly
heel-toeing to the catchy rhythms of modern melody. What a swinging of
arms: what a display of knee-action! Leading the girls in every p9ppY routine
is Miss Byrne, whose "break-it-up" and "Double-shuffle Buffalo" make us
imagine we are witnessing a Hermes Pan Chorus routine in the M-G-M studio,
This diligent practice, we understand, is in preparation for an all-dancing
show to be given soon for those who admire the "Eleanor Powells," "Ginger
Rogers," and would-be "Buddy Ebsens" of the school.
This revue will, no doubt, emphasize the youthful idea that life is a song,
so why not dance along to its strains? Helen Shumicki
First Row: Simon, Halgas, Ka-
wa, Kccchula, Andersen, Harvatt,
Neubauer, Sehaefer, De Michele,
Byles, Kuper, Kiem. Second Row:
Johnson, Mika, Urban, Stankiewicz,
Hansen, De Lance Koe l K t l
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sen, Moeller, Lantz, Covone, Hart-
man, Lichon. Third Row: Olsen,
Vruno, Holzkamp, Dimitice, Di
Giulio, Tuscis, Wollschlaeqer, Rus-
cito, Connelly, Andersen, Collins,
Rieser. Fourth Row: Fisher, Hornn-
burq, Peters, Fink, Sergey, Ferrara.
FOOTBALL GAMES AND SCORES
Steinmetz versus Lane 0-0
Steinmetz versus Senn ...... 7-6
Steinmetz versus Lake View . . . . . .12-0
Steinmetz versus Amundsen . . . . . . 13-0
Steinmetz versus Roosevelt . . . . . 13-9
Steinmetz versus Sullivan . .. . . .26-0
Steinmetz versus Schurz 6-6
Steinmetz, already noted for scholarship, now rises and proclaims its
This season, our green and silver warriors of the gridiron competed for
the championship of the north section, but owing to their youth as a team, were
not regarded with much trepidation by any competitor. Imagine the surprise
of the city-when Steinmetz, in its first game, tied Lane, then defeated Senn,
Lake View, Amundsen, Roosevelt, and Sullivan, successively. Only Schurz
remained to dispute our right to become section champions and participants
in the city finals.
High excitement prevailed among the 5,000 spectators who braved wintry
winds to watch this promising struggle. The game resulted in a tie score, and
through the toss of a coin, Shurz was chosen to represent our interests in the
semi-finals. Nevertheless, we are proud of our first real Steinmetz team, and
ns glorious victories shall not be forgotten.
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Labuz, Broadhead, Ferreri, Harvey, Collins, Hendry, Gau, Baske, Loewen, Bryll, Long, Malmberg,
Privratsky, Armstrong, Patience, Fehlhaber, Bless, Iohnson, Baranowski, Croft, Molzahn
Despite poor luck in recent meets, the swimming team rates "tops" in Stein-
metz. We like their courage and the fine spirit which keeps them hard at work
or play-in the pool until four o'clock every afternoon. We admire the philo-
sophic attitude, too, with which they take defeat.
Nevertheless, we have two consistent winners among these future Olympic
stars: William Malmberg, who is Steinmetz' own Adolph Kiefer, and Frank
Ferreri, whose diving promises to make him the recipient of numerous medals
and cups. Good work, Frank and Bill! To you and the team, our sincerest
wishes for future success!
The great indoor sport, basketball, was the first to be taken up by a Stein-
metz team. Since the very beginning, the number of its victories has steadily
increased with each season, but regardless of victory or defeat, the team's
sportsmanship has emerged on top in every game.
This year, following a most successful football season, our basketball players
are determined not to be outdone, and with this fixed purpose in mind, practice
diligently every evening under the critical eye of Coach Thompson. Their
eagerness to begin the schedule against other North Side schools has expressed
itself in their good practice and has spread its spirit throughout the school,
which is certainly a promise of future greatness.
' The smallest organization in Steinmetz, and the liveliest anywhere, is this
enthusiastic group of cheer-leaders. Comprising this veritable volcano of pep
'are Ioe Adamek,tRay Pontarelli, Ed Privatsky, Frank Ferreri, and Louis De
Michele, with Mr. Havlicek, a volcano in himself, as coach. These lads, with
an "S" and "hazy mazy, knock 'em crazy" were almost as influential in
placing Steinmetz on top during the football season as the players themselves.
Football is not the only sport in which the cheerleaders spur both team
and audience to greater enthusiasm. Basketball also commands their ear-
splitting, heart-warming yells. Our only misgiving is that some day these
live-wires will graduate, and our only consolation, that their successors will
possess the same unlimited supply of vim, vigor, and vitality.
Intramural sports, too, have ample place in the sportlight at Steinmetz.
Teams are formed by the various division rooms, and after several weeks
of competition, the leading team of each division group battles for the cham-
pionship. Winners of first place receive gold medals as awards, second place
silver medals, and third place bronze medals. I
At the present time there are three Intramural sports, basketball, baseball,
and boxing. These activities train the boys in playing certain positions on the
teams, as well as the manly art of self-defense. Needless to say, these games
add to the character of the participants the invaluable trait called sports-
Another Silver Streak is our track team, as anyone will agree after seeing
it in action. This group, with only one year's experience, has well upheld
the Steinmetz colors on the cinder track. The Senior team was undefeated in
its meets, overcoming Foreman, Roosevelt, and Austin, while the Iuniors
downed Foreman and Roosevelt, and lost to Austin's lunior Championship
team, by a margin of four points. However, in the city meets, our Iuniors cap-
tured fifth place among all the high schools in Chicago.
With our wonderful new track as an incentive, and with the direction of
capable Coach Thompson, the track team should continue to produce great
results. If its record of previous successes may be used as a basis of predic-
tion, Steinmetz is assured of a high place in the world of track.
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Stirring marches, fascinating concert music, and even a few popular num-
bers are included in the repertoire of our newly-organized band. With Cap-
tain Dowse's sparkle and humor to guide it, this group is certainly not lacking
For two years Mr. O'Hearn has felt that a band would add much to both
school and R.O.T.C.p but it was not until a few months ago that he was able
to "kidnap" the talented "Cap" from Austin. iWithin four days a forty-five
piece band was playing at a pep meeting, and Captain Dowse was thrilling
the audience with his celebrated hand-springs. All in all, the contribution
to Steinmetz spirit made by the band is already strongly felt: and we'look
forward to its gaining city-wide prestige within the next year.
Creative Writing and Book Club
Book enthusiasts and potential contributors to theiLiterary Guild have this
semester bonded together to form the Creative Writing and Book Club. They
have progressed very rapidly in the short period of their existence and have
attempted many original works.
Some have developed unique styles by use of Gertrude Stein's radical
measures. Others have found their technique by blending a dash of Edna
Ferber and a touch of Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind" with an
ounce of Ernest Hemingway.
These ambitious students meet ninth period on the first and third Monday
of each month to discuss the good and bad points of their latest creations, and
also the newest books.
May success attend their efforts, may failure to them be unknown.
Those hCIppY, harmonious, hilarious, "Harmonica Hooligans"-the peppiest
lot of fellows at school-deserve the commendation of every student for the
unequalled pleasure they have given all. They willingly devote all their spare
time to the rare process of converting excess steam into the swingiest of swing
music, and never object to entertaining Steinmetz at assemblies or on radio
programs. On a par with their fast, jazzy version of popular song hits are
their unique arrangements of sweet waltzes and western range ditties.
Undoubtedly, you watched Ioe Clemente display his pugilistic skill in the
intramural boxing tournament last spring. Have you noticed how he has
utilized this technique recently in teaching his boys to wrestle with those
' Florence Anderson
The Stage Crew
One of the most valuable, and least recognized of this school's organizations
is Mr. Temple's stage crew. At every Steinmetz assembly several of its mem-
bers are always on hand. The actors are applauded, the setting praised, but
comments are seldom made on the skill with which the lighting is handled.
Somehow, it doesn't seem quite fair to us. The boys, however, take quite a
different attitude, obviously believing that the work is satisfying in itself.
One look at the huge switchboard backstage of the auditorium will convince
anyone that these students have no easy task, for while it is a wonderful con-
trol system, it is also very complex. Our guess is that Mr. Temple had a strenu-
ous task while teaching his stage-crew the correct manipulation of this giant
instrument, but he certainly did a magnificent job of itl
Inspired by glamorous Kay Francis and Robert Taylor, who often appear
in the roles of white-robed benefactors of humanity, many of our students have
decided that medical science has attractions worth considering. Hence, to
capture all possible knowledge, they have secured the sponsorship of Mr. G.
R. Cook, and have visited numerous hospitals and asylums.
The benefits derived from these experiences are not lost upon the Pre-Medic
boys and girls, who, with the acquisition of each new fact, visualize them-
selves a step closer to that glorious day when they will proudly display their
shingles for all the world to see.
Le Cercle Francais
"Bonjour, mademoiselles, comment allez-vous"? we are greeted as we step
cautiously into the meeting of Le Cercle Francais. Realizing that France is a
land of refinement and culture, we accept this mysterious greeting without
thought of insult. Aifter all, there is no need of displaying our ignorance of the
language. Suddenly, as we are noticed by various other members of Le
Cercle, a terrific babble arises. We are horrified to note classmates whom we
had heretofore considered perfectly sane, advancing toward us with hands
outstretched, a meditative gleam in their eyes, as they emit, seemingly
through their noses, incomprehensible sounds. We retreat towards the door:
and then the meaning of it dawns upon us. We are being given an enthusi-
astic greeting in Frenchl
With abashed smiles we again come forward, are seated, and the meeting
is resumed. As it progresses, our curiousity and interest grow, and we Wonder
why we didn't take French as an elective.
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October 20: A most enjoyable, as well as elevating, program was presented
this morning by Mr. Staater's music department. The Boys' and Girls' Glee
Clubs were featured, and solo numbers were presented by Shirley Perchon
and Bernard Domenz. Everyone who saw "Shipmates Forever" knows the
importance of good singing to a ship.
October 24: At least half of Steinmetz is celebrating this afternoon's most
exciting game. The Silver Streaks, mystery team of the Northwest section,
defeated Roosevelt High by a score of 13-9. The touchdowns were scored in
the second and last quarters by Rossi and Solka. lt was a beautiful exhibition
of gridiron skill which resulted in several thousand sore throats and happy
hearts. Go, you Steinmetz, on to victoryl
October 29: A guiding power and important mechanism in our vessel is the
P. T. A. Therefore, Steinmetz students were only too glad to patronize its
Carnival this evening. Some arrived in time for the delicious chop suey din-
ner, others came later for the games, program, and dancing. The program, an
all-Steinmetz amateur hour, proved exceptionally good, and the popular dance
orchestra under the direction of Miss Sorenson, outdid itself. We find it grati-
fying to be able to show our appreciation for the P. T. A., which has so mate-
rially aided us.
October 30: Oh, memorable occasion! Today the first Senior Matinee
dance, in the guise of a Hallowe'en party, was given in the boys' gym. Enter-
tainment was provided between the halves while the august upper classmen
pensively licked mammoth "all-week" suckers. Helen Shumicki and Marjorie
Osborne deserve several orchids for their marked success in handling the
arrangements. All work and no dances makes lack a dull boy, even aboard
the Good Ship Steinmetz. Also held this afternoon was the first battalion
review of the R. O. T. C. Battalion Commander Robert Levin officiated, with
First Lieutenant Alfred Chiaruttini as his adjutant. It was an imposing spec-
tacle. Three cheers for the Army, even when they are in the Navy!
October 31: "We want ap touchdown, we want lots of touchdowns," was the
cry of the crowd: so the boys just naturally came through to defeat Sullivan,
27-0. Who was up in front with three touchdowns? Our man, Solka, no less.
The other goal was made by the grinning master of the gridiron, Tony Can-
adeo. Man the oars, and we'll make next Saturday's game, men.
November 7: Half-glad, half-sorrowful is Steinmetz after today's thrilling but
somewhat disappointing game. After placing themselves on top in every
contest following the Lane game, they tied Schurz, 6-6, in an exciting struggle,
watched by five thousand students whose teeth chattered as they cheered
wildly. Peters scored, making a sensational fifty yard run to a touchdown. We
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are told that the sectional championship is to be given to both teams, but that
the toss of a coin will decide which will play Austin next Saturday.
November 9: Gloom prevails throughout the school, for this morning for by
the toss of a' coin, Steinmetz lost its chance to play in the semi-finals. However,
there is this consolation: Schurz' glory and gate receipts in future games are
also our glory and gate receipts. What is more, we will always have the satis-
faction of knowing that our team this year is the best in the city, no matter
what side any mere coin takes. "lf you have to take a licking, carry on and
quit your kicking. Don't give up the shipl"
November 25: Most gratifying were today's returns from the Thanksgiving
fund. Over six hundred dollars were collected, the highest contributors being
210, 351, 354, 304, and 101. This money is given to the School Children's Aid
Society: from there is distributed in the form of clothing. Charity may begin
at home, but in this case, at the other person's home.
Every Steinmetz student today purchased the Chicago Evening American,
because the progressive "Star" edited a full page in it: articles about the Green
Curtain Players, the Silver Streak, and Dr. Witty's experimental classes, as
well as pictures, were included. Nothing raises us quite so high in our own
estimation as seeing ourselves in printf things look so unassailable in black
November 28: Even more thrilling to our school was the radio broadcast
presented this morning over Station WIID. The Chorus, Harmonica Hooligans,
and the Dramatics class were featured, with special talks by Bob Hawley, Ted
Luga, Don Baumgartner, and Kathleen Breitsprecher. Listening students and
friends proclaimed the entire performance an immense success. In the after-
noon, additional glory was brought to Steinmetz at the Austin-Fenwick game,
when the All-Star Prep Team was announced. Our team claimed two berths in
that squad, filled by Alfred Schwass and Richard Rossi. They received gold
trophies and the undying admiration of their classmates.
December 3: A convention of the Clean-up Campaign members was held
here today with representatives from thirty-seven high schools. The meeting
was more or less social, with a luncheon, inspection of the building, and brief
program supplied by the dramatics classes. Iune Miller, Bernard Durenz, and
Ralph Steinborn were the leading entertainers. President Iohn Penaska, host
of the affair, enjoyed the party as well as the guests.
December 4: A new, up and coming Senior class, the 4B's, elected officers
today: Robert Wilson, president: Bill Malmberg-, vice-president: Gladys Halvor-
sen, secretaryp and George Christiansen, treasurer. Our crew chooses its
leaders wisely. The new 1936-37 basketball teams made their public debut,
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in fast, tearing games against the stars of the alumni. Their winning scores
were: 32-12 for the Iuniors, and 32-18 for the Heavies. Somehow, Steinmetz
seems an all-round winner this season.
December 9: Of triple importance was this school day. First, there was an
assembly presented by Miss Robertson's Chorus, at which Mr. O'Hearn pre-
sented awards to Emily Beron, Ieanette Di Giulio, Ieanette Iaworski, Catherine
Munro, and Florence Noyce, who have served in this organization for five
semesters. The second event of note today was the election of'Iohn Penaska
to the Presidency of the City Clean-Up League. This is the second time a Stein-
metz student has held this position. Ioe Koop was president in 1935. The third
outstanding happening was the hall-guard-firemen-police dance which was,
by all accounts, an outstanding affair.
December 10: To please the Steinmetz crew this afternoon, the swimming
team defeated that of Kelvyn Park by a score of 34-30. Bononawski, Bryll,
Malmberg, Molzahn, and Loewen distinguished themselves for speed swim-
ming, and Frank Ferreri and Elmer Collins cinched the meet with their excel-
lent diving. -There's no fear of our sailors' drowning in any sea. The crack
rifle team, under Captain Robert Levin, competed in its first interscholastic
match. Thus far, they have outshot Austin by a wide margin, and lost to
Crane by five points. H'm, maybe they can shoot that shark Csome call it
homeworkl which sometimes interferes with our smooth sailing.
December ll: "We're going to put Steinmetz on top," seems to be the song
of every Steinmetz team this semester, for today the speedy basketball teams
again emerged victors from the Kelly fray. The scores: 37-33 for the Lights, and
25-15 for the Heavies. Hawley and McAdams were the high Iunior scorers,
while Rudnick, Ianas, and Porth sank the baskets for the Heavy team. Fight,
teams, fight, we say.
December 14: Today marked the most auspicious occasion in Steinmetz
history-the presentation of an oil painting of Charles Proteus Steinmetz to
the school, by the General Electric Company. The students were ushered in
awe-stricken silence to the Assembly hall, where, on the platform, sat such
notables as Chicago's Mayor, the Vice-President of the General Electric Com-
pany from Schenectady, New York, and the Superintendent of Schools. The
band played, as only our band can play, under the direction of Captain
Dowse, and Mr. O'Hearn conducted the program. Addresses were given by
Dr. Iohnson, on "Chicago High Schools," and Mayor Kelly, on "Naming Stein-
metz High School." The portrait was presented by Mr. E. W. Allen of the
General Eelctric Company, and graciously received by Senior Class Presi-
dent, Ted Luga. Student contributions to the program included a violin solo by
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the talented Ralph Steinborn, cmd a second rendition of the "Three Kings" by
Bob Hawley, Earl lohnsen, and Everett Glave. A tremendous success in every
respect was the presentation, and every midshipman has stepped just a bit
more proudly since that time. ln the afternoon, for the second time, the basket-
ball team played Harrison, this time in our gym. The heavies worked beauti-
fully, starring Ianas and Rudnick. The resulting score was 28-18, in their
favor. Somehow, it proved an off-day for the lights, who lost 27-17.
December 16: The week before Christmas vacation is always fraught with
pent-up excitement and social activity. Today was typical. Somewhat to the
excitement of the students, two equally interesting events were held simul-
taneously: The 4B Dance for Iuniors and Seniors, which commanded a large
attendance: and the two basketball games against Foreman, traditional rival
of Steinmetz. These latter thrillers resutled in victory: 31-19 for the Iuniors,
and 25-15 for the Heavies. Porth, Brandel, Rudnick and Iaeger made the lucky
December 17: About sixty Christmas baskets were delivered this afternoon,
lavishly stocked with food and gifts. The workers who made possible this
worthy bit of charity include the Sigma Quads, the Dardanelles, the P. T. A.,
and the Student Council. Aboard a ship, as everywhere else, there is greater
joy when others are made to share it.
December 18: The day before Christmas vacation! Ioy was everywhere, its
music filled the air as the carollers trilled their way through the corridors.
"Icy to the World," "Silent Night," and "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" were
included in their repertoire.
Ianuary 14-15: The nights of the monthl The show of shows! On these eve-
nings, the Green Curtain Players presented their annual three-act play, "The
Patsy." With Ethel Murray in the lead, and supported by Robert Hawley, El
Vera Heyser, Adele Pikus, Ralph Steinborn, Ioe Adamek, Herman Schwartz,
and Kathleen Breitsprecher, it was a decided hit. Real talent was displayed
in their acting, and the setting was both realistic and cozy. These diversions
from ship discipline are an incentive to even greater effort.
Icrnuary 19: We have always loved our funny papers, and today we liked
them even more as they came to life on our Steinmetz stage. The occasion
was the R. O. T. C. assembly. The entire program was written, as well as
acted, by the students. Did we like it? Ask any midshipman aboard the good
Ianuary 21: All day the Seniors were in a whirl of suppressed excitement
and anticipation, for this evening was their NIGHT. It was the long-awaited
PROM! The 4A's disappeared directly after their day's classes, to meet
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again later at the Evanston Country Club. But what a change! The girls had
become young ladies in their glamorous gowns and modish hair-dress, the
boys bore semblances of gentlemen, all donned in their Esquire best. Add to
the scene a beautiful dance floor, mellow music, and a gay, youthful atmos-
phere, and you will visualize the Ianuary 1937 Senior Prom. Never has there
been such a Prom, never will there be another like it. Only one shadow hung
over this good time, a shadow which, nevertheless, bound each 4A closer to
the remainder of his class: it was the shadow of a parting near at hand, the
end of the voyage for the Seniors.
Ianuary 27: The social whirl for Ianuary graduates is now in full swing.
Today was Class Day, the day when every Senior gets to like every other
Senior so well that graduation looms like an iceberg in his course. The break-
fast was the best and saddest meal we have ever eaten, and the program was
far too short. Somehow, gazing at the girls, who have suddenly grown very
beautiful, and the boys, who are not so bad either, a lump persists in our
throats. Tomorrow we graduate-tomorrow marks the end of our happy
Ianuary 28: lt is overl We have reached harbor and must bid goodbye to
the vessel which has been our real home for the past two yearsl The closing
ceremony, Commencement, was held this evening in the ship's auditorium.
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of the screen, was quite embarrassed when his toupee slipped off at the open-
ing of George Ramelow's new pleasure spot. Holding out on us, eh?"
It's hard to believe that these persons are our old classmates. Well, it's about
time to go to the banquet. Here we are at the checkroom. Girl, check our
wraps please. Say! Aren't you Gertrude Larsen, formerly of Steinmetz High
School? This is a surprise! Now for the banquet! Here are our seats. Well,
we have four table partners. Why, they are Kathleen Breitsprecher, Mary
Kostia, Helen Shumicki, and Selma Wagar, famous women politicians. They
are talking incessantly as of old. Here comes the waiter with our appetizer.
Wait a minute. Aren't you Arnold Quandee? You looked familiar, but we
weren't sure it was you in these clothes. What's that? You say that Tom
O'Hern is chief cook here and that Walter Milnichuck is manager? It does
seem as though those two always did have to have their fingers in the pie.
Now for the entertainment. Let's see. First on the program we have the
"Three Kings" playing a trumpet trio. Here they come. Why, they're none
other than Bob Hawley, Everett Glave, and Earl Iohnson. They surely can
play. They are much better than when we heard them last. Next we have
Dorothy Paulsen singing a new song sensation which was composed by Fred
Koehn, who is considered by many to be even greater than Irving Berlin eve!
was. Can that be Dorothy singing? Why, she has a voice like Kate Smith of
former days! Listen to the applause she is receiving from the appreciative
audience. And now we have Leon Boykens and Sara Iones, international
dancers, who have graciously offered their services for tonight. They are ex-
ceptionally good and graceful and are everything that has been said about
them. Last, but not least, on the entertainment program is Herman Schwartz,
who will give his impersonations of various movie celebraties and stage stars.
Herman is just as humorous as he was in school, twenty years ago.
After this bit of pleasantry we have arrived at the more serious part of the
program, that of speeches. We are called to order by a rather stout toastmaster
who looks strangely like Carl Cox. The first speaker is Howard Schneider,
who addresses on the subject, "Humor and its Various Phases." The speech
is more humorous and silly than the subject, but this can be expected of
Howard who always was a practical jokester. A few other speeches follow
during which we catch up on our sleep, but we are rudely awakened by the
announcement of a fashion show. Not wishing to miss this, we awaken im-
mediately and see the first model is the Zephyr Special modeled by Grace
Roder. The next is modeled, by none other than Marjorie Drozd, and was de-
signed by Lloyd Iacobsen, who also painted the beautiful murals which are
in the lobby of the banquet hall. Two other designs by Iacobsen are worn by
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claustrophobia. Let us go outside where we may get a little fresh air. Being
now perfectly wide awake, we decide to go out and see the city. We stroll
past Washington Park and are surprised to see a large crowd gathered around
a tall, blonde enthusiast, and to our delight we find that he is none other than
Russell Erickson, our old classmate, who is now a noted radical. He is making
a touching soap-box plea for the abolition of dress suits. We are enthralled
by his speech and remember that in our school days Russell was always a
good orator, but never have we heard such an appealing, soul-stirring speech
as the one he just gave. Off to one side we see Ted Luga and Kenneth
Lawson, rival newspaper photographers, who are busily snapping the best
views of the great orator. As we are nearly mobbed, we go to the Metzstein,
a swanky club owned by Mike and operated by his able assistants, Frank
Sundberg and Al Testa. Enjoying the atmosphere of the club, we decide to
stay, when suddenly a trio of masked men arrive and begin to loot the prem-
ises. We stand spellbound a moment, then prepare to depart with our valu-
ables when the police rush in and capture the thieves. The leader of the
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